Bloomberg News reports that the CEO, in a speech in Berlin late Thursday, said that since he first announced his vision for the company in 2015, he strengthened controls and reduced legal risks in a “‘first phase,” then realigned business divisions in a “second phase” that started in March.
“The third phase has now begun,” Cryan said, according to a copy of his speech. “We are again being asked whether our business model can actually work. I can assure you we are convinced that we are on the right track.”
Cryan and his lieutenants, including deputy CEOs Marcus Schenck and Christian Sewing, have been pleading with investors for patience as Deutsche Bank shows few signs of restoring top-line growth.
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