Up to their necks in it: banks wrestle with change management

Banks recognise risks in transformation, but struggle to measure them

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Back in 2010, when Deutsche Bank acquired Postbank, the savings division of the German postal service, only naysayers could have predicted that – 13 years later – Germany's national lender would still be struggling to merge the smaller bank into its operations.

For chief executive Christian Sewing, the successful integration was a matter of pride. Before taking the top job, Sewing had run the bank’s retail business

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