Banks in Germany News

Deutsche Bank reduces its balance by 20%

Germany’s largest bank – Deutsche Bank intends over the next 2.5 years to reduce the balance by 20% to approximately $ 1 trillion euros to meet the more stringent requirements of financial regulators, according to the Financial Times.  Read more »

The German economy is on the rise

The German economy, according to Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann, is on the rise again. Weidman said after the G20 conference in Moscow, that after the weak economy in the winter months in the spring there is a “strong growth”.  Read more »

S & P confirmed the sovereign rating of Germany

International rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S & P) confirmed the long-term sovereign credit rating of Germany at “AAA” with a stable outlook. Short-term sovereign credit rating maintained at “A-1+”. Read more »

The European Central Bank Cut Interest Rates

ECB has cut interest rates from 0.75 percent to a record low of 0.5 percent, which aims at further easing monetary policy. Therefore, the interest rate offered has thus largely exhausted the ECB. Read more »

Commerzbank Opens the 15th German Investment Seminar in New York

German Investment Seminar is the largest German investor conference in the U.S. This event provides a platform for more than 60 companies and more than 550 fund managers, where top companies of the German economy to meet U.S. investors.  Read more »

Commerzbank Plans to Double Market Share in Movies Funding

Commerzbank plans to expand its market share in the financing of films and television production significantly over the next four years.
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Deutsche Bank and European Investment Bank to Promote SMEs with EUR 200 Million Global Loan

The Deutsche Bank and the European Investment Bank (EIB) have agreed on a global loan of 200 million euros. So the two institutions will continue their successful cooperation in the field of promoting SME customers in Germany, the Netherlands, and for the first time in Italy and Poland.  Read more »