Restructured Deutsche would be slimmest eurozone G-Sib

Deutsche Bank’s plan to jettison a “bad bank” of unwanted assets could shrink the German giant down into the smallest systemic lender in the eurozone.  

Deutsche’s total leverage exposure would drop 23% to around €985 billion ($1.1 trillion) on its end-2018 level after the planned transfer and unwinding of €288 billion worth of assets in a new capital release unit.  

The remaining “good bank”, after the elimination of the CRU, would be smaller on a leverage exposure measure than all other

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