All Germany articles – Page 3

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    Compliance includes anti-trust compliance


    While the United States banks on anti-trust training, in other parts of the world—such as Germany—there is not such a strong prohibition against competitors’ collaboration. Reports, however, indicate that may be changing.

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    Insider trading allegations at Deutsche Borse could complicate LSE merger


    Did Deutsche Borse CEO Carsten Kengeter make a lucky stock purchase in his own company, or did he act on inside knowledge of a planned merger with LSE? Neil Hodge reports.

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    Prosecutors Search Deutsche Bank Head Offices in Tax Fraud Probe


    Deutsche Bank took another blow this week after law enforcement officials searched the bank’s headquarters amid suspicions of tax fraud relating to client securities transactions. The practice, known as “dividend stripping,” has once again placed the largest German lender under the regulatory spotlight. Details inside.

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    Germany's Push For Gender Diversity in the Boardroom Gains Traction


    A shifting regulatory landscape in Germany has paved the way for more women to hold supervisory seats in the boardroom. To promote greater gender diversity, across the board, this regulation sets quotas on the country’s public and private sectors. Now, corporate Germany will have to award at least 30 percent ...