Common Ground Representatives are going to Germany for the Deutsche Bank Shareholders meeting

Mark Fraley and Sue Giaimo will be traveling May 24 to Frankfurt, Germany to present Common Ground’s demands concerning Deutsche Bank’s involvement with the foreclosure crisis in Milwaukee.  For the last six months we have been trying to meet with Deutsche Bank U.S. officials in both Milwaukee and Chicago. They have refused.  We are now going to the shareholders meeting in Frankfurt, Germany where we have been allotted time to speak.

On Wednesday, May 26 we will be meeting with Green Party representatives to gain more insight as to how to prepare for the shareholder meeting and the best way to put pressure on Deutsche Bank to meet with us face-to-face in Milwaukee.

Our meeting on Thursday, May 27 with Deutsche Bank shareholders will allow us to make our case, ask important questions pertaining to ownership and trusteeship and urge Deutsche Bank to work with us.

The week will also include other meetings, research and press conferences to help find potential allies in Germany, tell our story to the German press and help further our issue campaign by getting Deutsche Bank to commit to a face-to-face meeting.

Look for updates during the trip through the Faces of Foreclusre email.  If you have not signed up to receive these emails you can at Faces of Foreclosure

Read several articles pertaining to Common Ground going to Germany – bizjournal, and jsonline

Germans built Milwaukee, a German Bank is destroying it!