Germany's largest banks, including Deutsche Bank (DB) and Commerzbank (CRZBF.PK), were €14B...


Germany's largest banks, including Deutsche Bank (DB) and Commerzbank (CRZBF.PK), were €14B short at the end of 2012 of the capital they will need to meet Basel III banking requirements. However that's down from €32B earlier in H2 and the banks still have until 2019 to comply. Meanwhile, the BaFin regulator says Libor manipulation appears to have been limited to individuals rather than to have been due to "systematic criminality."
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