The turbulent market conditions during the month of August inevitably affected Deutsche Bank, notably in sales and trading and corporate financeDeutsche Bank: Global markets stabilizing Sep 04, 2007
We are ready to make acquisitions in all markets where we are already present, as well as in new markets, such as in developing countriesDeutschebank hunting for mergers Jun 14, 2005
The investments we have made in our core businesses, together with our planned cost savings, underline our firm commitment to deliver on our financial targetsDeutsche Bank to fire 4,800 workers Feb 04, 2005
Deutsche Bank would not be the same bank without its top 200 peopleNo takeover fears at Deutsche Bank Feb 05, 2004
These have been exceptionally difficult times for the global banking industryExecutive business Brief Oct 31, 2002
Josef Ackermann (born February 7, 1948) is a Swiss banker and CEO of Deutsche Bank.
Josef Ackermann agreed at the end of 2009 to continue as chief executive of Deutsche Bank for another three years until 2013.
Ackermann is a graduate of the University of St. Gallen (HSG). He was born in Mels, Canton of St. Gallen, Switzerland.