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Deutsche looking to cut ties to another boom-era purchasae

  • Deutsche Bank's (DB -0.2%) asset management unit spent about $2.3B (including debt) acquiring cargo-container facility operator Maher Terminals in 2007, and has since written down the $1.1B in equity backing the initial deal, according to sources.
  • Now, reports the WSJ, the bank is looking for buyers for all or part of the company, and one source expects a price tag (for the whole operation) of between $800M-$1B.
  • Deutsche last month unloaded another albatross, selling the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas to Blackstone for $1.7B after sinking $4B into the property.
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  • Uri.levy9
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    How many more similar successes are hidden in DB financials? Does this going to end some time soon?
    27 Jun, 11:20 AM Reply Like
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