Those of you who think that things have calmed down a tad for Deutsche Bank may care to remember that in its 2015 annual report, Deutsche Bank said its exposure to derivatives was €41.940 trillion ($46.994 trillion).
The Wall Street Journal provides more detail, noting that Deutsche Bank has more Level 3 assets compared with its common equity
Tier 1 ratio, a measure of financial strength, than its peers. Its Level
3 assets are estimated as being valued at 72% of its Tier 1 assets. That compares with a 38% average for 12 global banks.