Balaba reveals restructuring plan, but rivals could resist European pressures

  • 30 Mar 2001
Plans unveiled by Bavaria and the Bavarian Association of Savings Banks to remove the public support mechanisms enjoyed by Bayerische Landesbank (Balaba) have been welcomed by the market this week, with analysts saying the announcement has increased the pressure on other Landesbanks to restructure. Under the Bavarian plan, the ...

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