Deutsche Bank’s John Cryan on Thursday defended his strategy, saying its turnaround has entered a “third phase” in which growth should finally be restored.
Too many banks.
Can't pay, they won't play.
It's just like being a football manager!
Two stakeholders said that, should the CEO not be able to deliver by the annual shareholder meeting in May, an external candidate may be the best option to replace him.
Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan hasn’t yet met with one of the bank’s top investors but plans to do so, a spokeswoman said Sunday.
CEO urged to get a move on.
Deutsche Bank "will cooperate fully" with an official investigation if it receives a legally binding request, CEO John Cryan said at the Singapore Summit.
Following is the full transcript of CNBC's exclusive interview with John Cryan, CEO of Deutsche Bank at the 2017 Singapore Summit. This interview broadcasted in Asia on Monday, 18 September.