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mishtalk.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / October 3, 2016
Inquiring minds may be interested in a cornucopia of relevant numbers on Deutsche Bank including market cap, leverage, capitalization, deposits, liquidity, derivatives multiple ways, and systemic risk.
Systemic risk numbers are from Nobel Laureate Robert Engle.
Deutsche Bank by the Numbers
- Systemic Risk: $100 billion (see explanation and chart below)
- Notional derivatives: €42 trillion, an amount about the size of the German economy
- Market value of Derivatives: €18 billion
- Equity: €67 billion
- Assets: €1.6 trillion
- Leverage Ratio: 25-1
- Level 3 assets: (Illiquid potentially mark-to fantasy assets) €32 billion
- Outstanding Fines: €12.47 billion ($14 billion)
- Ready liquidity: €220 billion
- Investment bank employees: (Risk takers – M.R.Ts in EU regulatory circles) 1,871
- MRT salaries: €2 billion
- Market Cap: €16.2 billion
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