Deutsche Bank Korea appeals freeze order over stock manipulation
TRADE FINANCE, 14 July 2011
The South Korean of Deutsche Bank AG has appealed a Seoul court’s decision to freeze its assets over allegations that the company pocketed massive profits from illegal stock market trading late November.
The bank lodged the appeal last month in response to the Seoul Central District Court’s order to freeze 44.8 billion won or $42.3 million worth of deposits jointly held by the lender and Deutsche Securities Korea, its brokerage unit, court spokesman Gong Do-il said. Continue reading “Article: Deutsche Bank Korea appeals freeze order over stock manipulation”