Corporate & Investment Banking (CIB) brings together Deutsche Bank’s Commercial banking, corporate finance, and transaction banking expertise under one common leadership. It is formed of the Bank’s Corporate Finance and Global Transaction Banking businesses.
From cash management to M&A advisory, from a trade guarantee to IPOs and from domestic custody to risk management – CIB advises on the multiple concerns of sophisticated corporate and institutional clients.
Corporate Finance is responsible for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) as well as debt and equity advisory and origination. Regional, industry-focused coverage teams ensure the delivery of the entire range of financial products and services to the bank’s corporate clients.
Global Transaction Banking (GTB) is a leading global provider of cash management, trade finance and securities services, delivering the full range of commercial banking products and services for both corporates and financial institutions worldwide.
Global Markets combines the sales, trading and structuring of a wide range of financial markets products.
This incorporates Debt Trading, including FX, Rates, Credit, Structured Finance and Emerging Markets; Equities and equity-linked products; Exchange-traded and over-the-counter derivatives and Money Market and securitized instruments.
Coverage of institutional clients is provided by the Institutional Client Group, while Research provides analysis of markets, products and trading strategies for clients.
Deutsche Bank AG
86 Galle Road
PO Box 314, Colombo 3
Tel +94 11 2447062
Fax +94 11 2447067
Financials as of 31 December 2015:
Audited financials 31st December 2015
English newspaper format 31 December 2015
Sinhala newspaper format 31 December 2015
Tamil newspaper format 31 December 2015
Confirmation on financial statements 2015
Internal control certification 2015
Certification of compliance 2015
Risk Disclosures 31 December 2015
KPMG certificate on internal control
KPMG certificate on corporate governance
Form 1 – Sale of Foreign Exchange
This form should be signed personally by the applicant. Applications signed by third parties will not be accepted.
Form 2 – Purchase of Foreign Exchange
This form should be signed personally by the beneficiary.
Customer Charter (The Central Bank of Sri Lanka requires licensed banks to publish in their websites, the Customer Charter issued by it under the Banking Act Direction No. 8 of 2011 dated 5th October 2011. The said Customer Charter sets key standards of fair banking practices envisaged by customers when they undertake transactions with licensed banks.)