Deutsche Bank to operate globally in split teams from Monday By Reuters

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FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Deutsche Bank (DE:) will operate globally in split teams from Monday in an effort to stem the spread of coronavirus, Germany’s largest lender said in an internal memo.

“We too have seen an increasing number of confirmed infections in our operations and central areas in recent days,” the memo, seen by Reuters on Sunday, said.

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