From International to Transnational Finance
The purpose of this presentation is to trace some of the key developments of Deutsche Bank's over 130-year-long history with American markets in order to draw or reinforce some observations about 21st century financial architecture, specifically about the roles played by financial intermediaries in cross-border finance. Although it implicitly deals with transatlantic intellectual, regulatory, and financial exchanges, especially those between the United States and Germany, it is comparative across periods, not countries.
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