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

Jan 30, 2019 / Author Chris Vernon
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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 repayment risk exposure to retail investors who have invested in structured notes issued by Deutsche Bank. We have already written three different articles on this singular topic over the last two years alone.

In our opinion, as investor’s rights attorneys, most recent recommendations to retail investors to invest in Deutsche Bank’s structured notes at issue price, constitutes nothing short of financial malpractice. Structured Notes are essentially unsecured loans to the issuer, meaning the investor is loaning money to Deutsche Bank without requiring any collateral to protect against failure of repayment. Though we have significant problems with the sale of structured notes in general, the sale of Deutsche Bank’s structured notes is of particular concern to us as evidenced by the title of two of our past three articles on this topic: “Why We Believe You Should Not Buy Deutsche Bank’s Structured Notes” and “Why I Would Not Want Deutsche Bank’s Structured Notes in my Portfolio”.

ABOUT VERNON LITIGATION

Vernon Litigation Group is a law firm that represents clients in courtroom litigation, arbitration, including FINRA arbitration, and mediation throughout the United States. Our lawyers have significant experience pursuing Structured Note claims against Wall Street firms on behalf of investors throughout the United States. Please contact us to discuss your rights if you believe a Wall Street firm or other investment firm has failed to act in your best interests or otherwise abused your trust, including claims related to the recommendation and sale of Structured Notes or other structured products. For more information, visit our website at http://www.vernonlitigation.com or contact us by phone at 1-877-649-5394 or by e-mail at info@vernonlitigation.com to speak with an attorney at Vernon Litigation Group.

Mr. Vernon handles the litigation and arbitration of complex business and financial disputes, with an emphasis on securities fraud and securities arbitration, throughout the United States.