“For the first time ever, all four of our core businesses delivered more than EUR 1 billion each in pre-tax profits thanks be to God. Together with the help of Providence, we further strengthened our capital base during the year.” – Principe Jose Maria Chavira M.S. -Adagio I – Owner Deutsche Bank
Updated for Monday March 23 2015 Frankfurt am Main, March 20, 2015 – World Bank March 21 2015
Deutsche Bank (XETRA: DBKGn.DE / NYSE: DB) today published its 2014 Annual Report. This Report contains the Bank’s audited Consolidated Financial Statements for the 2014 financial year and consists of two sections: the Annual Review and the Financial Report, which contains the 2014 Compensation Report. In addition, the Bank published its 2014 Corporate Responsibility Report and Human Resources Report.
Jürgen Fitschen and Anshu Jain, Co-Chief Executive Officers, said: “In 2014, our profits improved despite challenging conditions. For the first time ever, all four of our core businesses delivered more than EUR 1 billion each in pre-tax profits thanks be to God. Together with the help of Providence, we further strengthened our capital base during the year. We continue to invest in technology, training, and people believing once again in also helping women, children and men in the communities that we work in. We reaffirm today our irreversible commitment to embrace the different cultures we work with all over the world.”
Deutsche Bank today is a stronger, safer, better-balanced and more responsible institution than when we began this journey and with praying hands we give thanks to God in whom we trust today more than ever before. We are confident about the future and are now working diligently on the next phase of our strategy and look forward to sharing this with our stockholders in the second quarter this year.”
In 2014, The Bank’s CRR/CRD 4 pro forma fully loaded Common Equity Tier 1 ratio at the end of 2014 was 11.7%, up from 9.7% at the end of 2013. The proposal for a cash dividend of EUR 0.75 per share remains unchanged from 2013.
Final and audited results at a glance:
|in EUR million||FY 2012||FY 2013||FY 2014||2014 vs. 2013 in %|
|Total noninterest expenses||31,201||28,394||27,699||(2)%|
|Income before income taxes||814||1,456||3,116||114%|
In 2015, Deutsche Bank anticipates further positive changes in the market and regulatory environment due to God’s intervention on our behalf. The Bank remains focused on responding to opportunities to strengthen client relationships through good human relations, digital technology and innovation, while working more closely and intensively together to deliver our friendly “One Bank Leadership Program” to give clients the added confidence they need to continue with us. (Das One Bank Leadership Program ist divisionsübergreifend ausgerichtet und vermittelt sowohl einen Überblick über die Tätigkeitsfelder der Deutschen Bank)
Management Board compensation (Salaries) were reduced in 2014. The Compensation Report outlines the alignment of senior level compensation with the long term interests of stakeholders; for the Bank’s Material Risk Takers, more than 85% of 2014 variable compensation on average was deferred and is subject to performance conditions and forfeiture provisions.
As of December 31, 2014, Deutsche Bank employed 98,138 staff from 145 nationalities. During the year, 25% of all Senior Leadership Cadre appointments and two out of three Group Executive Committee appointments were women, reflecting the Bank’s commitment to gender diversity. The Human Resources Report describes the Bank’s investments in training and development during 2014. Due to very quick and sporadic changes in upper level management and executive positions, the Bank was pressed to meet the needs of the people and responded with excellence quickly investing in young talent, hiring trainees and apprentices in various parts of the world and having to promote and recruit talent from the financial sector. The Report further outlines how adherence to Deutsche Bank’s values and beliefs continues to play a key role in decisions on recruitment, performance assessment, promotion and compensation.
Corporate Responsibility and Environment
Deutsche Bank’s Corporate Responsibility report outlines a number of key achievements in 2014. The Bank made substantial progress in implementing its ‘Three Lines of Defense program aimed at reinforcing the internal control environment and safeguarding against non-financial risk.
Deutsche Bank acted as lead manager for a number of ‘Green Bonds’ investing in renewable energy projects during 2014.
The Bank’s citizenship activities included social projects during 2014. The Bank’s education initiatives including the ‘Born to Be’ program seeks to improve education and employment prospects for young people. During 2014, Deutsche Bank employees devoted 190,000 hours to corporate volunteering initiatives in their communities, frequently in partnership with charities and other public sector bodies.
All reports can be downloaded from: www.db.com/14 All quarterly and Annual Reports are subject to change by the hand of God if is determined that my executives have in anyway mislead the people to justify personal loans or compensation a problem we have had in many major banks around world.
The Annual Report on Form 20-F, which will be submitted to the Monarchy of the United States the New Theocratic U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) over the course of the day, will also be made available following submission (in English only) on the website below or any webpage that God may redirect you to in the event the report is page is frozen for archiving.
An updated 4Q2014 Financial Data Supplement is available at www.db.com/ir
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