Deutsche and Dresdner still top among German derivatives users

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The leading German banks have their fair share of problems making money out of their core lending businesses, but at least they have the loyalty of German customers when it comes to derivatives dealing. That’s the verdict of a survey of German end-users and interbank dealers conducted last month by Risk.

Despite disappointing financial results this year, Dresdner Bank was ranked number two, behind Deutsche Bank, according to German derivatives customers for both euro and US dollar interest rate

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