Grim repo - German repo traders want the Bundesbank to abolish its minimum-reserve requirement. Then, they say, they can compete with London. But will they be able to?
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Euromoney. - London : Euromoney Publ, ISSN 0014-2433, ZDB-ID 1902325. - 1996, p. 157-160
Commerzbank: Kohlhaussen's big gamble - Can this German commercial bank defy history by building a profitable global equities franchise? Commerzbank is claiming early success, though the published results are a smoke-and-mirrors act. The one unique factor in the venture's favour is the charismatic leadership of Mehmet Dalman, a laconic, free-spending empire-builder.
Covill, Laura, (2000)
Rabobank: Failed in London, try Frankfurt - Rabobank so wanted to be a global player. Its London build-up turned into an unfocused, loss-making mess. Plan B is an international joint venture with DG Bank. It's a chastening U-turn for Rabo, which doesn't like to rely on Germans.
Covill, Laura, (1999)
Hofmann the go-between - As more Dresdner Bank board directors fight for a say in running investment banking, Hansgeorg Hofmann has struggled to smooth relations with Kleinwort Benson. Complex new reporting lines cannot disguise the Frankfurt takeover.
Covill, Laura, (1997)
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