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The high personal toll of Deutsche Bank's fall

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On Dec 22, Deutsche Bank agreed to pay US$7.2 billion to settle a claim with the US Justice Department that it pushed toxic mortgages on investors in the years leading up to the US housing bust.

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IN 2005, Deutsche Bank, then a powerhouse in the selling of risky derivatives on a global scale, was minting money. To mark the moment, the bank's profit engine - its global markets division - commissioned a book about itself. The remembrance would celebrate how Deutsche Bank,

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