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DSGV / Haasis talks with state banks on their shares in Deka


FRANKFURT (Dow Jones) – The German Savings Banks and Giro Association (DSGV), situated in the words of its President, Henry Haasis in talks with the state banks on a Reallocation of shares of the capital providers Deka Bank. Occasion of Discussions was the pressure of the Brussels EU Commission to the Land Baden-Wuerttemberg (LBBW), the nearly 15-percent stake in the Deka reduced significantly, "said Haasis on Wednesday in Frankfurt.
He responded to a preliminary report of the manager magazine ", according to which the savings banks on their central association DSGV their share from the current 50% increase and have a majority of the Service could receive funds. Currently, Deka Bank, each one split equally the DSGV members and the banks. In addition to LBBW According to "manager magazin" also NordLB and WestLB their Shares decrease. In the state banks on their part could 25% plus one share to reduce, the magazine further.
Such a shift in the ownership structure of Deka said DSGV President Haasis on Wednesday, meanwhile just as the possible date. Was from the environment of the savings to hear the end of 2013, LBBW was time to their shares sell.
Moreover Haasis renewed his criticism of the issues currently being discussed State aid to boost the securitization market. Also turned The DSGV President again to combat the potential in space relationship banks charge to increase the involvement of institutions in the Costs of financial crisis. Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble had recently announced that in April a government decision to Want to take special charge.
Haasis opposed the possible charge that those who Institutions would be punished, whose business model closely follows the Aligned, and the real economy is in crisis, even helping other banks had.
The President of the Association of German Banks (BdB), Andreas Schmitz, appeared this week on the other hand, in principle, Takeover prepared contingency costs. To support the Bank’s Association, the Idea of a National Stabilization Fund and Settlement to establish the special fund from the recent financial market stabilization (SoFFin could emerge).


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