Crumbling Pillars Trouble Ahead for German State-Owned Banking System

The near-collapse of SachsenLB, Saxony's state bank, uncovered major flaws in the German state-owned banking system. The banks are inflexible, outdated and lack a convincing business model. Consolidation may be on the way.
Von Beat Balzli, Wolfgang Reuter und Steffen Winter
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