More than 7,000 employees at Deutsche Bank face redundancy as the firm's supervisory board confirmed part of its global restructuring plan ahead of its annual general meeting, which takes place today.
The bank said it is to cut more than 7,000 jobs, with hundreds of positions in London understood to be affected, City AM reports. Deutsche Bank announced this morning that it intends to cut the number...
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