The merger talks between Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank have continued and according to Financial Times, the Deutsche Bank´s top managers have been banned from selling any bank stock.
Bankers who have tried to sell their stocks after lock-up period were blocked by the banks compliance and they were told that the banks shares have been added to the banks internal conflict list.
According to Deutsche Bank, the banning of the stock sales will continues until the merger talks with Commerzbank are clear one way or another. If the merger is to be completed, it will mean that Deutsche and Commerzbank will create the second largest bank group in the eurozone.
Banks total board remuneration rose last year to 55,8 million euros from 29,8 million euros the year earlier.