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asset management for the time being. Even with the last remaining potential for a portion of the division, the Institute achieved an agreement. Perhaps the two new heads of the bank will also no longer sell.
Frankfurt - The German bank has to consider anew how they deal with their asset management. On Wednesday, the last attempt was bursting to get rid of a part of the business. The bank had terminated negotiations with the Guggenheim Partners Real Estate and RREEF infrastructure fund providers, the group announced on Wednesday.
"Both parties have not reached agreement on the terms for the sale of the business and have agreed to terminate the exclusive negotiations," it said in the statement. This strategic review of the asset management division was over.
How is it to continue with the division, the Karen Millen Dress Bank intends to announce in Karen Millen Dresses September when announcing the new chiefs Anshu Jain and Juergen Fitschen their long-term strategy for the bank. The two new leaders had to hold office until the universal banking model, and asset management know that you want as the new Asset & Wealth Management are equivalent in addition to investment banking, global payments and retail banking. "In asset management,Karen Millen there are many opportunities, but also a lot of work," had said Jain.
The sale of asset management plans dating back to the era of Josef Ackermann. The former German bank boss had wanted to bring the sale of low-yield asset management before he left in the bag. Exceptions to the plans was the business of investment company DWS in Germany, Europe and Asia.
But still failed to Ackermann's tenure, the sale of asset management for insurance companies (German Insurance Asset Management) and other institutional clients (DB Advisors) to the New York investment firm Guggenheim, who assumed the interest only for RREEF. RREEF makes with managed assets of 47 billion euros, just over ten percent of last November for disposition of transactions made.
Overall, the German bank managed in the division last € 542 billion, 130 billion is attributable to the DWS mutual funds, the bank wanted to keep the German from the outset.