Subprime storm rips out old Landesbank order

Perhaps more so than in any other European market, the aftermath of the subprime crisis exposed with brutal clarity many of the shortcomings of the German banking industry. Philip Moore investigates what the Landesbanks are doing to protect themselves and build for a stronger and more profitable future.

  • 20 Jun 2008

It is a paradox that in some respects, the recent crisis that percolated throughout the global financial system was just what the doctor ordered for Germany’s banking industry.

Conventional wisdom has always held that Germany is over-banked; and that the three-pillar system and political interference that characterises its banking ...

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1 JPMorgan 157,969.59 612 8.49%
2 Citi 140,907.65 478 7.57%
3 Barclays 138,179.72 407 7.42%
4 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 135,108.02 429 7.26%
5 HSBC 118,759.90 448 6.38%

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1 UniCredit 12,309.71 47 7.43%
2 Barclays 10,439.06 10 6.30%
3 HSBC 10,217.02 39 6.17%
4 Morgan Stanley 9,604.70 6 5.80%
5 Citi 8,331.36 23 5.03%

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  • Last updated
  • 17 May 2016
1 Goldman Sachs 5,569.28 34 9.30%
2 JPMorgan 4,719.26 31 7.88%
3 Citi 4,520.44 25 7.55%
4 UBS 4,345.11 20 7.25%
5 Morgan Stanley 4,084.10 19 6.82%