In one day, five years ago, Christian Sewing went the Whole hog. On this day he stood in front of Paul Achleitner, the Chairman of the Supervisory Board. Even Sewing was not one of the Board of management of Deutsche Bank. But he was already close to it. Because his task was to clarify the legal risks that brought the German banker to sleep, and the shareholders of capital, and he reported in this function directly to the Supervisory Board. On this day now, he suggested something that is for the most group of people unthinkable: He wanted to browse the E-Mails of the Chairman of the Board. Officially. To the Supervisory Board to sign him, pretty please.
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