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Feb.01 — Deutsche Bank AG Chief Financial Officer James von Moltke discusses the lender’s efforts to stabilize revenue, the reputational damage of November’s police raids on its Frankfurt offices, and its ties to Danske Bank A/S’s dirty money scandal. Deutsche Bank suffered its eighth straight revenue contraction in the fourth quarter of last year, earning 5.58 billion euros ($6.38 billion) in revenue, 2.4 percent less than a year earlier. Fixed-income trading, a key contributor, fell 23 percent, worse than peers. Von Moltke talks with Bloomberg’s Matt Miller in Frankfurt.