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the setting seemed harmless but for deutsche bank's board this was the a g. m. equivalent of the lion's den the protests outside just scratching the surface of the anger bubbling within , co c. e. o. juergen friction beginning with a confession in an attempt to win over his audience , if any not make steven didn't we have not delivered so far the returns you expect and deserve but we are convinced that was staring at deutsche bank in the right direction , nnnnn clearly not everyone agrees though the applause not quite enough to drown amps the jeez , the bank's board is attempting to push through a massive restructuring plan , some shareholders it's too little too late , there's a record fine of two point three billion you'll rise because of the libel manipulation of the fines amounting to billions have been issued or pending one could say that it's rather chaotic in turbulence that the headquarters , a resourceful later on wednesday was an attempt to rectify that image , the banks are the c. e. o. and shoot jane now in seoul charge of the restructuring as well as the fines , he faces liking profits