Deutsche Bank AG (Bank of Germany) is the largest financial conglomerate in Germany by number of employees and the size of assets. The headquarters and the bank's board are located in Frankfurt am Main. Deutsche Bank is included in the list of major multinational banks and services about 28 million customers in 76 countries. Bank of Germany is the largest member of the foreign exchange market, which attaches great importance to investment and the issuing of its own securities, which made it 11th in the world among investment companies in terms of assets in 2015 ($1.217 trillion). Deutsche Bank AG has already recovered from the negative effects of the scandal associated with the US mortgage crisis. Over the last year the bank's shares in Germany rose by almost 100% and the upside potential is far from exhausted. Trading Deutsche Bank shares means high potential returns and is attractive for conservative investors and for traders working in a narrow timeframe.
Private traders have the opportunity to invest and trade securities of Deutsche Bank on Forex in the form of CFD instrument for DBK shares.
Risk warning: Trading in FX and CFDs entails high risk of losing capital.