Deutsche Bank has gone one better than other financial institutions.
Deutsche Bank not only added to its head count this year by hiring 5500. Unlike other major banks, it didn't also cut compensation. Instead, reports Kyle Stock in Fins Finance, it boosted it. Deutsche Bank, the German financial institution with branches in the U.S., "has grown its compensation coffers, setting aside $9.6 billion euros to pay its troops in the first nine months of the year."