Regulation and challenging market conditions have made the past year difficult for many banks in commodity and energy derivatives. Across the globe, tougher rules on over-the-counter derivatives and more stringent regulatory capital requirements have sparked major upheavals at many bank commodity units, including those at firms such as Barclays, Morgan Stanley and UBS.
The same is also true at Deutsche Bank, which has undertaken a sweeping overhaul of its commodity derivatives business during
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