Deutsche Bank's Business Model
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What Does Deutsche Bank Offer?
DB has 4 Revenue Sources-
Net Interest Income: This represents interest earned through loans and other assets net of interest paid to deposits.
Net Fee & Commission Income:: This income includes fees for general banking products, services and revenues from wealth structuring solutions and other asset management-related fees.
Net Trading Income: This income includes fees and income earned by making trades in equities, equity-related products, fixed-income related products and other derivative securities
Other Income: Include income from other sources primarily foreign exchange gains / losses
Who are the clients?
DB develops innovative solutions to meet the financing, investing and hedging needs of:
1. World's leading Corporates
3. Institutional Investors such as pension funds, mutual funds and hedge funds
4. High Net-worth Individuals
What Are The Alternatives?
Deutsche Bank's business model faces stiff challenges and competition from offerings by its global competitors such as: