Deutsche Bank
Non-Financial Report 2017

Deutsche Bank

Non-Financial Report 2017

Issue Escalation

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Issue Escalation

All ES issues deemed to pose, as a minimum, a moderate reputational risk are initially assessed within the respective business division through a Unit Reputational Risk Assessment Process. If a matter is deemed to pose a material reputational risk and/or meets one of the mandatory referral criteria, it must be referred to one of the four Regional Reputational Risk Committees. These are sub-committees of the Group Reputational Risk Committee (GRRC), which reports into the Group Risk Committee, a sub-committee of the Management Board.

The GRRC receives quarterly updates on ES issues. In 2017, these related to climate change, human rights (incl. indigenous people), nuclear power, and deforestation.

Matters assessed through the Reputational Risk Framework

in €

Dec. 31, 2017

Dec. 31, 2016

1

ES issues where the reputational risk is deemed to be moderate or above.

Number of transactions (on which final decisions have been made) reviewed

 

 

To Unit Reputational Risk Assessment Processes only

83

83

Thereof with ES issues1

5

4

To Regional Reputational Risk Committees

76

59

Thereof with ES issues1

2

2

To Group Reputational Risk Committee or above

3

6

Thereof with ES issues1

1

1

Total

162

148

Thereof with environmental and social issues

8

7

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