In a scene reminiscent of the financial crisis, axed Deutsche Bank workers leave with belongings 

Thomas Franck | CNBC | Jul 8th, 2019
Category: Financial News

The scene was solemn at Deutsche Bank’s offices in London, New York and Tokyo on Monday as scores of employees, belongings in hand, left their desks for the final time as the German lending giant began one of the largest rounds of layoffs since the financial crisis.

Carrying boxes and envelopes containing personal effects and A4 forms, Deutsche workers started their work week by collecting their belongings and emptying their desks.

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