Deutsche Bank health check comes back clean

From capitalisation to derivatives, Germany’s top bank displays as robust a prudential profile as its peers

The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and forced sale of Credit Suisse have led short-sellers and speculators to bet Deutsche Bank is next in line for implosion. But the German heavyweight’s prudential position, from capitalisation to derivatives exposure, is as solid as any other European systemic dealer as of the most recent disclosures, Risk Quantum analysis has found.

Deutsche’s Common Equity Tier 1 (CET1) capital ratio and Tier 1 leverage ratio – indicators of the extent to which a bank’s

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