Leverage ratio target slips further out of Deutsche’s reach

Deutsche Bank lost ground on achieving a key capital target after its leverage ratio fell 20 basis points in the first quarter of this year.

The German lender posted a fully-loaded leverage ratio of 3.9% at end-March, down from 4.1% three months prior and more than 50bp shy of its 4.5% target. However, it was marginally higher than the year-ago quarter, when it was 3.7%.

Total leverage exposure, the denominator of the ratio, climbed €72 billion ($80 billion) to €1.35 trillion over the first

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