UNI - EN REPORT No13/2015
Deutsche Bank reports third quarter 2015 net loss of EUR 6.0 billion after specific items
Impact of specific items, largely non tax-deductible, totaling EUR 7.6 billion, comprising:
Revenue impact of EUR 649 million from impairment of the 19.99% stake in Hua Xia Bank
Noninterest expense impact of EUR 7.0 billion: impairment of goodwill and other intangible assets of EUR 5.8 billion
Litigation charges of EUR 1.2 billion
Before goodwill/intangibles impairment, costs down by EUR 322 million FX adjusted
Litigation reserves increased by EUR 1 billion to EUR 4.8 billion
CET1 ratio of 11.5% includes introduction of Prudent Valuation (PruVal)
RWA reduced by EUR 8 billion to EUR 408 billion vs. 2Q2015
Revenues were EUR 7.3 billion, down EUR 534 million or 7% versus 3Q2014 (‘year-onyear’).
Revenues were negatively impacted by a EUR 649 million impairment on the
bank’s stake in Hua Xia Bank. Excluding this, revenues were comparable to the third
quarter 2014 despite challenging markets.
Noninterest expenses were EUR 13.2 billion, up EUR 5.9 billion or 80% year-on-year.
Noninterest expenses included EUR 5.8 billion of impairments of goodwill and other
intangibles, of which EUR 2.2 billion in Corporate Banking & Securities and EUR 2.8
billion in Private & Business Clients driven by expected higher regulatory capital
requirements as well as current disposal expectations related to Postbank, together with
an additional impairment of EUR 837 million on Postbank-related intangible assets.
Noninterest expenses additionally included EUR 1.2 billion of litigation charges.
Excluding these items, noninterest expenses were EUR 6.2 billion.