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Review Of Deutsche Bank’s Shareholders Is Under Consideration By The ECB


07/17/2017


A source confirms the news of ECB’s new consideration in regards to Deutsche Bank’s shareholders.



The “top banking regulator” of Europe, the ECB is thinking of “considering” a review of “Two largest shareholders” of the Deutsche Bank, reports a “regulatory source”.
 
“Qatar's royal family and China's HNA”, owning ten percent shares each of the German bank could be scrutinised under the “ownership control procedures” launched by ECB. According to the source:
“That the ECB is investigating or considering to investigate the shareholdings is indeed accurate”.
 
The possible review’s news was first broken by the “ueddeutsche Zeitung on Sunday”, although “ECB, Deutsche Bank, and HNA” have all refrained from commenting on the same.
 
 
 
References:
www.reuters.com







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