2012-12-06 — huffingtonpost.com
During the financial crisis, German banking behemoth Deutsche Bank seemed like one of the few banks in the U.S. and Europe strong enough to weather the crisis without a bailout. A new report suggests that strength may have been a mirage.
The Financial Times reports that three former bank employees told U.S. regulators that the bank hid $12 billion in losses on credit derivatives during the crisis.
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