German Bank Restructuring Law By Year End

23 Aug 2010

Germany reportedly will likely adopt a new law that would provide for ways to deal with troubled banks without government funds before the end of the year,

Germany reportedly will likely adopt a new law that would provide for ways to deal with troubled banks without government funds before the end of the year, according to an unnamed finance ministry official. Under the proposed restructuring bill, all banks headquartered in Germany will ...

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