Deutsche Bank: Structured Retail Products
Describes how Deutsche Bank, a leading bank in Europe, is deciding whether or not to launch a new structured retail product in Germany: an auto callable note. Will this product find a market and how does it fit into the bank's product portfolio? The case investigates how Deutsche Bank manufactures and distributes its structured retail products, and more broadly explores the opportunities and challenges of offering financial products to households. The case also dwells on the scale and scope of business of retail banking in an increasingly regulated environment.