Since the economic collapse of 2008, Frankfurt, Germany-based Deutsche Bank has paid over $15 billion in litigation costs, the most recent on July 20 in a nearly $75 million settlement with federal regulators.

The good news for Deutsche Bank is that it is finally seeing some light at the end of its long, dark tunnel of litigation costs. That’s according to a preliminary financial report on its second-quarter results, to be officially released on July 25.

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