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Deutsche Bank is one of the world's leading financial services companies. Founded in 1870, it has grown to become a major player in international finance, with over EUR 1.5 trillion in assets under management and operations in more than 70 countries.

Aside from traditional banking activities such as retail banking and corporate finance, Deutsche Bank also provides asset management services, investments banking, and private wealth management. With its global footprint, Deutsche Bank offers products and services tailored to the needs of businesses, governments, and individuals across the world. From its dedicated equities sales teams to its cutting-edge research capabilities, Deutsche Bank strives to deliver excellent customer service at every touchpoint.

Deutsche Bank is a public company whose shares have been traded on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange since its initial public offering in 1870. Since that time, the bank's share price has seen both highs and lows as it responded to changing economic and political conditions.

In the 1990s, Deutsche Bank enjoyed a period of sustained growth due to increased demand for financial services in Europe. Its share price rose steadily over this decade, peaking at over €125 in April 2000. However, this growth was short-lived and Deutsche’s shares began to decline sharply in the early 2000s. The global financial crisis hit Deutsche Bank particularly hard, and by 2009 the company’s share price had fallen below €20 per share.

The last few years have seen a significant recovery for Deutsche Bank’s shares. After bottoming out at around €11 per share in 2016, the company’s stock price has steadily climbed back towards previous highs. As of 2020, Deutsche Bank's shares are trading around €10 per share – more than double its 2016 lows.

In Europe, some of Deutsche Bank’s key competitors include UBS, Credit Suisse, BNP Paribas, and HSBC. These companies are all large international banks and offer comparable financial services to Deutsche Bank – including retail banking, corporate finance, asset management and private wealth management.

In addition to these European rivals, Deutsche Bank also competes with top U.S.-based banks such as JPMorgan Chase & Co., Citigroup Inc., Goldman Sachs Group Inc., and Bank of America Corp. On a global scale, it must also compete with emerging markets players such as ICBC (China) and HDFC (India).

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