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Deutsche Bank AG Capital Adequacy Tier - Tier 1 Ratio %

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Capital Adequacy Tier - Tier 1 Ratio % is the ratio of a bank’s core tier 1 capital, which includes its equity capital and disclosed reserves, to its total risk-weighted assets. It is a key measure of a bank's financial strength and should not fall lower than 6% as per Basel III rules.

The historical rank and industry rank for Deutsche Bank AG's Capital Adequacy Tier - Tier 1 Ratio % or its related term are showing as below:


Deutsche Bank AG Capital Adequacy Tier - Tier 1 Ratio % Historical Data

The historical data trend for Deutsche Bank AG's Capital Adequacy Tier - Tier 1 Ratio % can be seen below:

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Competitive Comparison

For the Banks - Regional subindustry, Deutsche Bank AG's Capital Adequacy Tier - Tier 1 Ratio %, along with its competitors' market caps and Capital Adequacy Tier - Tier 1 Ratio % data, can be viewed below:

* Competitive companies are chosen from companies within the same industry, with headquarter located in same country, with closest market capitalization; x-axis shows the market cap, and y-axis shows the term value; the bigger the dot, the larger the market cap. Note that "N/A" values will not show up in the chart.

   

Deutsche Bank AG  (NYSE:DB) Capital Adequacy Tier - Tier 1 Ratio % Calculation

Capital Adequacy Tier - Tier 1 Ratio % is calculated as

Capital Adequacy Tier - Tier 1 Ratio %=Tier 1 Capital / Total Risk Weighted Assets

* For Operating Data section: All numbers are indicated by the unit behind each term and all currency related amount are in USD.
* For other sections: All numbers are in millions except for per share data, ratio, and percentage. All currency related amount are indicated in the company's associated stock exchange currency.


Deutsche Bank AG  (NYSE:DB) Capital Adequacy Tier - Tier 1 Ratio % Explanation

Tier 1 capital, or core capital, consists of a bank's common stock, retained earnings, accumulated other comprehensive income, noncumulative perpetual preferred stock and any regulatory adjustments to those accounts. The tier 1 capital ratio is the ratio of a bank’s core capital vs. its total risk-weighted assets (RWAs). The risk-weighted assets are calculated by multiplying the assets that the company holds by their corresponding weights for credit risk (the weight is usually developed by the central bank).

The tier 1 capital ratio is the basis for the Basel III international capital and liquidity standards. The standard is used to force banks to increase capital buffers and ensure they can withstand financial distress before they become insolvent. Basel III rules stipulate that the Tier 1 capital ratio has to be at least 6% and the equity component of Tier 1 capital has to have at least 4.5% of RWAs. A higher Tier 1 ratio suggests that the company has more capital to pay down deposits and is less likely to become insolvent.


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Deutsche Bank AG Business Description

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Industry
Financial Services » Banks NAICS : 522110 SIC : 0
Address
Taunusanlage 12, Frankfurt am Main, HE, DEU, 60325
In July 2019, Deutsche Bank announced another restructuring plan hoping to revitalize revenue, reduce costs, and return to profitability. The largest moving pieces of the new plan is the full exit of global equity sales & trading, the scaling back of its fixed income business, as well as 18,000 FTE reductions until 2022. The remaining core business segments include private banking, corporate banking, asset management, and investment banking.

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