Landesbank

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Landesbank

One of several regionally organized banks owned by the German government. Landesbanken are wholesale banks; that is, they offer services to institutional investors, businesses (especially large businesses), other banks, and investment vehicles such as mutual funds or pensions.
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LBBW's preliminary 2004 figures are in line with Fitch's expectations and merit its, especially compared to other Landesbanks, strong Individual rating of 'B/C',' stated Fitch analyst Holger Horn.
As part of its participation in the CLS initiative, Citibank e-Business has developed Citibank(R) CLS(TM) Settlement Services, which WestLB will be able to offer to German savings banks and Landesbanks.
Fitch Ratings, the international rating agency, will hold a teleconference at 15:00 GMT on Monday 11 March 2002 to discuss the German Landesbanks.
For more information on German Landesbank ratings, including BayernLB's, please see Fitch's research report "Short-Term Ratings of Key Importance to German Landesbanks, Uplift Possible," dated March 11, 2005.
For more information on German Landesbank ratings, including BayernLB, see the Fitch's research report 'Short-Term Ratings of Key Importance to German Landesbanks, Uplift Possible,' dated March 11, 2005, available on the Fitch Ratings web site at 'www.
For more information on German Landesbank ratings, including BayernLB's, see the Fitch research report 'Short-Term Ratings of Key Importance to German Landesbanks, Uplift Possible,' dated March 11, 2005, available on the Fitch Ratings web site at www.
For an explanation of Fitch rating approach of Pfandbriefe issued by Landesbanks, please refer to the Fitch report titled: "Analysis of German Pfandbriefe: Challenges for 2005," published on 28 October 2004.
The OpenTrade information integration package and the TradeWizard desktop have already been installed in six of the Landesbanks.
6billion and more than 9,000 employees, Landesbank Baden-Wuerttemberg will be the second largest among the German Landesbanks, and rank among the ten largest banking groups in Germany, Standard & Poor's said.
Fitch Ratings, the international rating agency, has affirmed its 'AAA' Long-term rating for all guaranteed obligations of the 12 Landesbanks and DGZ-DekaBank.
For more information on German Landesbank ratings, including WestLB's, please see Fitch's research report 'Short-Term Ratings of Key Importance to German Landesbanks, Uplift Possible,' dated March 11, 2005.
A comparison of Landesbanks' and major banks' Individual ratings; un-guaranteed Landesbank short-term ratings; and ratings of public-law banks in Germany (including so-called "Verbundratings")
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