6 hours ago Media Release November 20, 2019 Deutsche Bank Commercial Real Estate Group originates first SONIA benchmark based loan Deutsche Bank announced today that its European Commercial Real Estate (CRE) Group has partnered with Kennedy Wilson Europe Real Estate II SCSp to originate its first loan benchmarked to Sterling Over Night Index Average …
3 hours ago The German bank is one of the most active lenders in the commercial real estate market and is poised for more growth in a business that hasn’t seen any drop-off in recent years.
9 hours ago Taylor Wessing has advised Deutsche Bank Commercial Real Estate Group on its first Sterling Over Night Index Average (SONIA) benchmark based loan. This marks not only Deutsche Bank's first alternative rate loan, but also one of the first adoptions of a loan referencing an average of overnight SONIA in the entire market.
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Before co-founding AllBridge, Mr. Brown started Deutsche Bank Mortgage Capital, L.L.C., a wholly owned subsidiary of Deutsche Bank, in May 1999 and served as President and Chief Executive Officer through April of 2005.
As of 2017–2018, Deutsche Bank was the 21st largest bank in the world by total assets. As the largest German banking institution, it is a component of the DAX stock market index. The company is a universal bank with three major divisions: the Private & Commercial Bank, the Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB), and Asset Management (DWS).
The bank's business model rests on three pillars – the Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB), the Private & Commercial Bank and Asset Management (DWS). A Deutsche Bank retail branch in Munich. The Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB) is Deutsche Bank's capital markets business.
On 4 June 1999, Deutsche Bank merged its Deutsche Morgan Grenfell and Bankers Trust to became Deutsche Asset Management (DAM) with Robert Smith as the CEO. This made Deutsche Bank the fourth-largest money management firm in the world after UBS, Fidelity Investments, and the Japanese post office's life insurance fund.