When it comes to Deutsche Bank, Stefan Krause, 56, was silent in public. He has a lot to say: Krauze worked for the bank for seven years, led the finance department and finally acted until his retirement in the fall of 2015 as a strategic director. Kraus suffered bankruptcy of American investment bank Lehman and the turmoil of the financial crisis; He knows well the actors from Frankfurt and is constantly upset that he and other senior executives are publicly blamed for the country's poor state. Since Krauze, now the head of Evelosis, began to work in a different way.
managerial magazine: Mr Krause, Deutsche Bank plays globally only in the second division. You were on board for seven years. Do you have a guilty conscience?
Stefan Krause: Bad Conscience? No. When I joined the bank in March 2008, most of the mistakes had already taken place. We then cleaned up: introduced control systems, the main ceiling