Deutsche Bank CEO foresees balance of home and office after crisis By Reuters


© Reuters. Christian Sewing, CEO of Deutsche Bank AG, addresses the media during the bank’s annual news conference in Frankfurt

FRANKFURT (Reuters) – The chief executive officer of Deutsche Bank (DE:), Christian Sewing, said on Friday that he foresees a hybrid model of working from both home and the office in the future.

Speaking at a conference in Frankfurt, Sewing stressed that in-person collaboration remained important and that the bank’s twin-tower headquarters in the city would be occupied next year.

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