The German State Banks: Global Players in the International Financial Markets

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Sinn (economics and public finance, U. of Munich) discusses the Landesbanks, which are owned by the various German states and enjoy special privileges and government support and so are among the heaviest weights in international banking. He questions the justification for the government intervention in the banking system, predicts that European integration and the introduction of the euro will lead to a fierce take-over battle among European banks and that the Landesbanks will be big winners because of the deep pockets of ...

The German State Banks: Global Players in the International Financial Markets 1999, Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN-13: 9781840640212

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