Deutsche Bank

Fair value measurement information under IFRS

IFRS 13 “Fair value measurement” sets out a single consistent framework for measuring fair value within IFRS financial statements and outlines a standardised set of disclosures in respect of fair value measurements. IFRS 13 has been mandatory now for some years, with application being required for annual reporting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2013. This report sets out the results of how requirements of the standard have been put into practice, both in terms of measurement and disclosure, in the consolidated financial statements of 139 large public limited companies with year ends between 31 March 2016 and 1 April 2017. It is not an exhaustive study of all aspects of IFRS 13 application and its conclusions are limited to our findings in respect of the areas analysed within the financial statements reviewed.

Capital management - Deutsche Bank

Period End: 
31 December 2013
Period End Date: 
2013-12-31
Listing Status: 
S&P Europe 350
ICB Industry Classification: 
8355 Banks
Auditor: 
KPMG

Provisions - Deutsch Bank AG

Period End: 
31 December 2011
Period End Date: 
2011-12-31
Listing Status: 
S&P Europe 350
ICB Industry Classification: 
8355 Banks
Auditor: 
KPMG

Provisions under IFRS

The focus of this report is the disclsoure of provisions within IFRS financial statements. Included is an examination of company disclosures relating to individual classes of provision such as nature and timing as well as movements during the year. Our analysis is based on the financial statements of 26 large listed European companies drawn from a broad range of countries and industries. 

Impairment tests - Deutsche Bank AG

Period End Date: 
2010-12-31
Listing Status: 
S&P Europe 350
ICB Industry Classification: 
8355 Banks
Auditor: 
KPMG

Deutsche Bank AG Period End 31 December 2010

Deutsche Bank AG Annual Report 2010
CR Monitor Issue: 
2011/0612
Company covered: 
Deutsche Bank AG
Period End: 
31 December 2010
Report issued on 23 June 2011 did not identify any changes with significant impacts on the financial statements but covered the following practice issues:
Restatement
Restatement of comparatives following reallocating goodwill to cash-generating units reduces clarity.
Change
Summary table for commitments and contingent liabilities published in a note to loans.
Restatement
Several restatements, including financial assets not qualifying for derecognition and a sensitivity analysis, made without explanation.