S&P says Basel II helping to improve German banking


FRANKFURT – The proposed Basel II bank safety rules, weak operating performance and shareholder value considerations are behind a trend to more efficient capital allocation, prudent cost control and risk-adjusted pricing in German banking, a leading credit rating agency said early December.

The agreement between the German government and the European Commission, the executive body of the European Union (EU), to abolish state guarantees for so-called public law credit institutions from July, 2005

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