FILE - In this Oct. 30, 2014 file picture the Deutsche Bank headquarters are photographed in Frankfurt, Germany. Deutsche Bank, Germany's biggest, says it lost 6 billion euros (US dollars 6.6 billion) in the third quarter due to large charges for the fallen value of two of its major divisions. The bank said Thursday Oct. 29, 2015 it also incurred more charges for legal costs and investigations into alleged misconduct. New co-CEO John Cryan is reorganizing the bank to make it less complex and more profitable. (AP Photo/Michael Probst, File)
(The Associated Press)
FRANKFURT, Germany – Deutsche Bank says it's cutting 9,000 jobs and selling businesses with 20,000 more jobs.
The announcement came Thursday as the bank reported a net loss of 6 billion euros ($6.6 billion). Net profit was hit by 5.8 billion euros in noncash charges for the reduced value of its investment bank and retail bank Postbank, which it plans to sell.
New CEO John Cryan said at a news conference that the bank faced "hard decisions" as he restructures it to make it less complex and more profitable, and to better deal with regulatory issues.