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Deutsche Bank AG : Deutsche Bank named Best Renewable Energy Finance House in Europe

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01/03/2012 | 02:35pm CEST

Deutsche Bank has been named "Best Renewable Energy Finance House ? Europe" by Environmental Finance and Carbon Finance magazines for the second consecutive year.

The award, which is based on a market survey among the readers, is an acknowledgment of the strong performance of the Bank's Asset Finance and Leasing division (AFL). AFL is part of the Corporate & Investment Bank.

Despite the increasingly challenging market environment and changing regulatory situation, AFL assisted clients throughout the year on the development and financing of renewable energy projects, with a focus on Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Canada and the US, as well as in some of the smaller markets in EMEA.

The team worked on onshore and offshore wind, solar photovoltaic and solar thermal and biomass transactions. In addition to a successful year in Europe, the AFL team managed groundbreaking transactions in North America. These included acting as sole bookrunner on a limited recourse construction revolver for a major US solar engineering development firm, and as structuring bank for the first series of major windfarm deals in Quebec, Canada with approximately USD 1bn of funding.

Earlier this month, Deutsche Bank was also recognised in Energy Risk magazine's Environmental Rankings 2011, and in June 2011 was named "European Emissions House of the Year" by Energy Risk, demonstrating both Deutsche's strong position in the emissions markets and the continued confidence in the Bank both in the market and among clients.

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EBIT 2017 3 961 M
Net income 2017 1 211 M
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Yield 2017 0,86%
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P/E ratio 2018 10,51
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