Germany's flagship lender isn't used such disappointing results. Deutsche Bank posted at 2.6 billion euro pretax loss in the fourth quarter. That shocked analysts - who'd expected it to make a profit of around 110 million euros. The lender's loss was due to legal and restructuring charges. Juergen Fitschen is the bank's Co-CEO. He says they want to draw a line under past scandals and strengthen its capital position, given the tougher regulatory environment.