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Removal of state guarantees and pressure from shareholders for better returns means German banks can no longer churn out uneconomically priced loans to clients. Now they are starting to introduce sophisticated loan pricing systems, writes Duncan Wood...
Germany's financial regulator, BaFin, tried to steal a march on its European rivals by implementing a new directive that should open the door to asset managers investing in new products and using over-the-counter derivatives. But did it get it wrong?...
A number of German public-sector banks will start pooling operational loss data next year, in a bid to create an op risk loss database that could, they say, eventually include banks from other European countries.
BONN, GERMANY - Many of Germany's banks have been somewhat slow to prepare their operational risk management framework for the new international bank capital accord, Basel II, and the prospective European Union (EU) Capital Adequacy Directive (Cad).
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