Deutsche Bank global layoffs, Hong Kong office people go to the building

Deutsche Bank global layoffs, Hong Kong office people go to the building

Deutsche Bank announced a major restructuring on Sunday, cutting 18,000 employees worldwide and withdrawing from securities sales and trading. As the “heavy town" of Deutsche Bank’s equity capital market department, Hong Kong is the first to bear the brunt. It is understood that the frontline sales staff of most of the securities business of the Group have received “big envelopes" on Monday, and some of the employees who left the transaction “hands-on" are expected to leave the company before the end of the year. The surviving Deutsche Bank staff shot the live situation of the trading floor yesterday morning. It was quite busy at 9 o’clock in the morning and the office was ringing. The people went to the building. Hey.

In fact, the news that Deutsche Bank intends to lay off employees has been circulating for a long time. Some employees have started to pack personal items as early as two weeks ago, and fewer and fewer people are returning to work in the office.

In March this year, the market reported that Deutsche Bank had intentionally abandoned the three-story office building of the Global Trade Plaza in Kowloon Station, Tsim Sha Tsui. The scale of operations was greatly reduced.