Deutsche Bank's asset cull to lower systemic risk buffer

Deutsche Bank slimmed down and cut ties to other banks in 2018, reinforcing its claim that it will qualify for a lower systemic risk capital charge in the near future.

The German lender posted lower amounts for 10 of the 12 indicators used to designate global systemically important banks (G-Sibs) at end-2018 compared to a year prior.

The bank's chief financial officer estimates this will cause its systemic risk score, as calculated using the Basel Committee's methodology, to fall to 310 basis

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