Author: Chris Vernon

Structured Notes Issued by Deutsche Bank are Actually Unsecured Loans to a Troubled Foreign Institution

Jan 30, 2019 / protecting investors

Here is yet another recent article chronicling the massive problems at Deutsche Bank. Sadly, the Deutsche Bank story appears to be the ‘all too common’ story of possible investigations of unethical and possibly illegal practices by a large financial institution. Massive Repayment Risk to Retail Investors While we have concerns for the world economy should Deutsche Bank’s fortunes continue in the wrong direction, our current focus is on the massive […]

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Ongoing Concerns For Investors In Structured Products Backed By Deutsche Bank

Sep 20, 2018 / protecting investors

We raised concerns in the spring of last year and again in the summer of this year regarding structured notes backed by Deutsche Bank. These concerns are now heightened in light of the fact that institutional lenders are factoring these concerns into how they deal with Deutsche Bank. As recently reported by the Financial Times, Deutsche Bank’s credit rating has been downgraded after three consecutive years of unprofitability. This is […]

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Why We Believe You Should Not Buy Deutsche Bank Structured Notes

Jul 6, 2018 / protecting investors

Last year, Vernon Litigation Group posted an article entitled “Why I Would Not Want Deutsche Bank Structured Notes in my Portfolio.”  In that article, we pointed out that these Notes are actually unsecured loans to Deutsche Bank and the loan cannot be repaid if Deutsche bank is unwilling or unable to repay the money owed at maturity of the notes. We highlighted concerns over the financial and moral integrity of […]

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Picking A Trustee | The Case Of The Stuttering Pig

Jun 28, 2018 / protecting investors

One of the most important decisions you will make as part of drawing up a trust is picking a trustee. A trustee’s duties can continue for generations. Being a trustee requires expertise in collecting estate taxes, paying bills, and managing money for the beneficiaries. Trustees also have a legal obligation to follow instructions and act with the interests of the beneficiaries in mind, which is called a fiduciary duty. What […]

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