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DEUTSCHE BANK EMETTE UN COMUNICATO PER DIRE DI ESSERE “SOLIDA COME UNA ROCCIA”. PERCHE’ ?

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Oggi è stata un’altra giornata pesantissima per DB.  La perdita ha sfiorato l’otto per cento

 

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Una situazione molto strana. Anche se il settore della finanza si sta rivelando molto debole , la  più grande banca tedesca si sta rivelando un campione di debolezza.

vediamo due dati interessanti presi da Bloomberg:

CDS di DB e delle principali altri banche

bank risks

Il rischio di DB va alle stelle. ormai siamo a 236 …. Commerzbank, non una santa, fa uno spread di 100 punti inferiore.

Poi guardiamo il rapporto valore di borsa e valore di libro:

banche rapporto valore di borsa-valore di libro

Ora la borsa è impietosa con tutto il settore (pessimo momento per quotarsi, vero Veneto Banca e Banca Popolare di Vicenza ?) , ma DB sta andando su una sua strada diversa da tutti gli altri. Ora una differenza così elevata significa :

  • che il mercato capitalizza perdite future non segnalate dal bilancio;
  • che il mercato non si fida dei dati contabili forniti dal management.

In mezzo a questa confusione John Cryan, l’A.D. si è sentito in dovere di inviare una lettera al proprio staff invitandolo ad assicurare i clienti che la banca è “Solida come una roccia” e che non vi sono problemi, che le cedole sulle obbligazioni junior scadenti saranno regolarmente pagate e che sono in atto una serie di mosse per far riprendere il valore della banca, da un miglioramento delle tecnologie all’assunzione di nuovo personale per la gestione equity. Una pratica non comune,  che non sappiamo quale ricaduta potrà avere realmente sui risparmiatori e sugli azionisti di DB che han visto più che dimezzarsi il  valore del loro investimento in meno di sei mesi.

Una bella grana per il governo tedesco. Una crisi di DB non è secondaria per l’economia germanica, è un po’ più grave del fallimento delle nostre quattro banchette….

Vedremo come reagirà il mercato.

Ecco il testo completo della lettera di Cryan

Dear Colleagues,

When I first became your colleague and Co-CEO seven months ago, I promised to increase communication from the Management Board to you. I made clear that when we had something to communicate, I wanted you to hear about it first from us. That is why I am writing to you today.

Last week, at one of our scheduled off-sites, the Management Board talked about progress on our strategy, and how recent market volatility and forecasts for slowing economic growth might impact our clients and us. Volatility in the fourth quarter impacted the earnings of most major banks, especially those in Europe, and clients may ask you about how the market-wide volatility is impacting Deutsche Bank.

You can tell them that Deutsche Bank remains absolutely rock-solid, given our strong capital and risk position. On Monday, we took advantage of this strength to reassure the market of our capacity and commitment to pay coupons to investors who hold our Additional Tier 1 capital. This type of instrument has been the subject of recent market concern.

The market also expressed some concern about the adequacy of our legal provisions but I don’t share that concern. We will almost certainly have to add to our legal provisions this year but this is already accounted for in our financial plan.

The Management Board also discussed its vision for the bank. For us, a vision defines our aspiration for the bank, and what we want it to be. It’s important because it creates clarity of purpose and unites all of us in achieving common and worthy goals.

Our vision is to be a trusted and successful bank. We aim to deliver financial solutions, technology, products and services that exceed our clients’ expectations. We want to be the most respected financial services provider across all customer segments in Germany, our vital and strong home market; the number one bank for our corporate, institutional and fiduciary clients in Europe; and the best foreign bank in the United States and Asia.

We are achieving our vision in a number of ways, including:

First, we are investing in hiring more people in Equity Sales and Research to serve our clients’ needs and to regain our leadership in the equities markets.

Second, we are investing in bringing on board some talented senior bankers into Corporate & Investment Banking.

Third, we are investing in client-facing technology, particularly in our retail banking and asset management businesses.

Finally, I am personally investing time to resolve successfully and speedily open regulatory and legal cases. I want to remove the uncertainty among staff and in the market that these cases cause. A small group of senior people, led by me, will focus on this. For everyone else, we ask you to continue to focus on our clients and on the implementation of our strategy.

In the weeks ahead, my colleagues on the Management Board will update you on a number of topics, including customer focus, the work we’re doing on costs, and our priorities for developing employees. We want to make transparent where we are in our strategic efforts. This will add to accountability and help track progress.

We want to hear from you too. What are clients telling you? How do you think we should build a better Deutsche Bank? As ever, please contact me directly via the feedback tool on our intranet.

On behalf of the entire Management Board, thank you for your ongoing hard work. Let’s all work together to support this vision.

Yours sincerely,

John Cryan

 

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