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  Deutsche Bundesbank - Homepage
Bundesbank press release: Statement on reports of “brittle” euro banknotes.
The ExtraNet is the Bundesbank’s e-business platform, which, in addition to the “Reporting” section, provides information on the new method of submitting statistical and banking supervisory reports.
The Deutsche Bundesbank is holding a Target2 conference on 15 November 2006 as part of the Euro Finance Week.
www.bundesbank.de /index.en.php   (260 words)

  
 Working Paper 97-4: Lessons from the Bundesbank on the Occasion of Its 40th (and Second to Last?) Birthday
First, although the Bundesbank was mostly concerned with reversing the inflationary trend of the previous five years, its new monetary policy framework still did not ignore real activity as a goal of monetary policy even in public statements.
The Bundesbank therefore continued during the second half of 1990 to calculate monetary aggregates separately for east and west Germany, based on the returns of the banks domiciled in the respective parts.
The Bundesbank found very shortly after adopting targets that simply announcing the monetary target and interest rate numbers alone was insufficient without a concerted effort to give greater information about the stance of policy based on the inflation goal and the distance to it.
www.iie.com /publications/wp/1997/97-4.htm   (8467 words)

  
 MoU relating to Cooperation between the BaFin and the Deutsche Bundesbank
Whereas the Deutsche Bundesbank and the Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht have held a number of discussions regarding the division of responsibilities in respect of the supervision of institutions in accordance with the provisions of Section 7 of the Banking Act in the version of 22 April 2002 (BGBl.
The Bundesbank and BAFin agree that the SRP should be structured as a continuous monitoring and supervisory process, within which the appropriateness of institutions' capital level and the effectiveness of their risk management are regularly audited on the spot, using the full range of supervisory instruments available to them.
There is agreement between the Bundesbank and BAFin that, irrespective of the actual structure of the SRP, the Bundesbank shall be in overall charge when on the spot SRP audits of institutions are being carried out.
www.bafin.de /sonstiges/mou_021031_en.htm   (1246 words)

  
 Deutsche Bundesbank - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Bundesbank was established in 1957 and succeeded the Bank deutscher Länder, which introduced the Deutsche Mark on 20 June 1948.
Until the Euro was physically introduced in 2002, the Deutsche Bundesbank was the central bank of the former Deutsche Mark ("German Mark", sometimes known in English as the "Deutschmark").
The Bundesbank Act was last amended in 2002 by the 7th Law Amending the Law on the Bundesbank of 2002-04-30, which gave the Bundesbank its current structure.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Deutsche_Bundesbank   (2609 words)

  
 Helmut Schieber, Deutsche Bundesbank
Since many of its crucial provisions closely resemble the Bundesbank Act the Bundesbank is well equipped to advise those which would like to tie in with the European future and Germany's post war performance.
In this field also the Bundesbank has considerable experience as "manager" of one of the most important currencies, in which reserves are held and title denominated.
The Bundesbank acts to an important extent as fiscal agent and therefore is well aware of the blessings and drawbacks of this activity and is equally aware of the numerous technical implications and related problems.
www.law.nyu.edu /centralbankscenter/texts/Helmut_Schieber.html   (3094 words)

  
 Deutsche Bundesbank   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Elements of the Bundesbank include the Central Bank Council, the Board of Governors and the management boards of the Federal State central banks.
For the most part, it regulates its objectives and its policy by means of the discount rate, the lombard rate and the minimum reserve rates.
The Chairman of the Bundesbank is appointed by the President of the Federal Republic of Germany, on the recommendation of the German Government.
info.dws.de /dws/int/bblex_en.nsf/doc/DBIK-4UJGYD?OpenDocument   (183 words)

  
 Grant of Individual Exemptions; Deutsche Bank AG [Notices] [06/10/2003]
In this regard, section 404 of the Act requires, among other things, a fiduciary to discharge his duties respecting a plan solely in the interest of the plan's participants and beneficiaries and in a prudent manner.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, no interest may be paid if local law is changed to preclude the payment of interest, and Deutsche Bank AG discloses such fact to the appropriate Plan fiduciary as soon as reasonably possible.
Conditions (a) At the time the foreign exchange transaction is entered into, the terms of the transaction are not less favorable to the plan than the terms generally available in comparable arm's-length foreign exchange transactions between unrelated parties.
www.dol.gov /ebsa/regs/fedreg/notices/2003014594.htm   (1852 words)

  
 Forbes.com: Bundesbank board to mull whether to sack Welteke   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Bundesbank board meeting will start at 1000 GMT without Welteke being present, but it is not clear whether there will be a decision or a public statement now or in later days, a spokesman said.
The Bundesbank denied a report in Bild newspaper that an Austrian bank had paid a holiday for Welteke after a visit to a ball in Vienna on invitation of Austria's central bank.
The Bundesbank said it was not aware of the advice.
www.forbes.com /markets/newswire/2004/04/07/rtr1325593.html   (669 words)

  
 Bundesbank of Germany
The single most important economic institution in Germany outside the federal government is the central bank, the Deutsche Bundesbank (commonly called the Bundesbank).
Although the Bundesbank often appears to be the principal maker of German economic policy, its exact powers are carefully set forth and circumscribed in the 1957 law establishing the bank.
As of mid-1995, the president of the Bundesbank was Hans Tietmeyer, who made his mark in the economics and finance ministries as a career official and then as a state secretary.
www.germanculture.com.ua /library/facts/bl_bundesbank.htm   (757 words)

  
 Untitled Document
Die Deutsche Bank is one of the largest and most influential banks in the world.
The largest acquisition of this period was the merger with Deutsche Bank’s strongest competitor the Disconto-Gesellschaft.
The domestic operations of Die Deutsche Bank along with other European banks successfully participated in the introduction of a new currency, the euro, and the withdrawal of the German mark from circulation in 2002.
courseweb.stthomas.edu /paschons/language_http/essays/DeutscheBank.html   (954 words)

  
 George Wing
The modern structure of the Deutsche Bundesbank consists of nine different Land Central Banks, and 167 branch offices in larger cities around the country.
The presidents of the Land Central Banks are nominated by the Budesrat, the German equivalent of the House, and appointed by the President of the Federal Republic.
Unlike the Federal Reserve however, the Bundesbank is responsible for the banking of the country.
facweb.furman.edu /~dstanford/41papers/wing.html   (1151 words)

  
 Bundesbank Act (Bundesbankgesetz, BBankG)
(1) The Deutsche Bundesbank is represented in and out of court by the Directorate, in the area of a Land Central Bank also by the Executive Board of that Bank, and in the area of a branch also by the managers of that branch.
The Deutsche Bundesbank shall publish announcements intended for the general public particularly the calling-in of banknotes, the setting of interest rates, discount rates and minimum reserve ratios, and the ordering of statistics in the Fed eral Gazette.
In this connection, the pension of a civil servant of the Deutsche Bundesbank who has been temporarily retired may not, for a period of five years, amount to less than fifty per cent of his pensionable salary, calculated on the basis of the final level of his salary grade.
www.iuscomp.org /gla/statutes/BBankG.htm   (5664 words)

  
 West Germany - Bundesrepublik Deutschland - German historical Banknotes & Old Paper Money from West Germany after 1948
The Bundesbank was founded in 1957 and from that year on was responsible for the management of the money and only legal issuer of banknotes in the FRG.
The successful monetary policy of the Bundesbank caused the Deutsche Mark to be a stable and trusted currency until its replacement by the Euro on 1 January 2002
This note was produced 1963 for the Deutsche Bundesbank in Frankfurt.
www.germannotes.com /west_bundesbank.shtml   (335 words)

  
 Bundesbank - Statistics
As a central bank, the Deutsche Bundesbank has a wealth of statistical data emanating from many sectors of the economy at home and abroad and is happy to make these available to the general public on these pages.
In addition, the Bundesbank is involved in the quarterly survey on bank lending in the euro area (Bank Lending Survey).
The SDDS site of the Deutsche Bundesbank provides selected key information on the Analytical Accounts of the Banking Sector and the Central Bank, on External Sector Statistics and on Interest Rates.
www.bundesbank.de /statistik/statistik.en.php   (172 words)

  
 Geldmuseum.de - Imprint
Owing to the technical features of the internet, however, the Deutsche Bundesbank does not accept any liability for the completeness and accuracy of the information unless such incompleteness or inaccuracies are caused by intent or gross negligence on the part of the Deutsche Bundesbank.
You may set links to the Deutsche Bundesbank's website provided that the Deutsche Bundesbank's website is the sole element of the browser window.
The Money museum of the Deutsche Bundesbank does not generally charge a fee for the provision of information on its website.
www.geldmuseum.de /impressum.en.php   (352 words)

  
 Deutsche Bundesbank information and related industry information from Hoover's
Deutsche Bundesbank is not your local burg's bank.
The central bank of Germany, Deutsche Bundesbank is a major part of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB).
Deutsche Bundesbank supervises the German banking system; manages the country's monetary supply; collects and publishes economic statistics; advises the German government on monetary policy; and settles cross-border euro transactions.
hoovers.com /deutsche-bundesbank/--ID__100765--/free-co-factsheet.xhtml   (320 words)

  
 Finextra: Deutsche Bundesbank completes Trema implementation
Deutsche Bundesbank has gone live with Trema's central banking solution to automate its foreign currency reserve management.
The full-time switch to Trema follows the recent completion of the back office implementation and Bundesbank's go-live of front and middle office functionality in September 2001.
Deutsche Bundesbank, which operates as part of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB), says it already uses Trema's system for the management of reserves on behalf of the European Central Bank.
www.finextra.com /fullstory.asp?id=7518   (222 words)

  
 Forbes.com: UPDATE 3-Defiant Welteke quits in furious row with Berlin   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The affair has pitted the fiercely independent Bundesbank against the government even though Welteke is a member of Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder's Social Democrats and a long-time ally of Finance Minister Hans Eichel.
A Bundesbank source said Deputy Finance Minister Caio Koch-Weser, a front-runner last week, probably wouldn't be picked as he lacks support in the financial community.
Other candidates are Bundesbank Vice President Juergen Stark, although his ties to the opposition conservatives could prove an obstacle to the centre-left government which has urged the ECB to cut interest rates to stoke economic growth.
www.forbes.com /newswire/2004/04/16/rtr1335126.html   (1020 words)

  
 SWIFT - About SWIFT - Press room - Deutsche Bundesbank offers additional access to its retail system   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Deutsche Bundesbank identified the need to offer RPS participants file exchange at low cost using local DTA standards and, at the same time, to upgrade to a scalable solution to address evolutions in the low-value payment market in terms of reach and industry standards.
It enables the Deutsche Bundesbank and the RPS participants to continue to exchange any message formats with no impact on its present payments applications.
In that role, the Bundesbank also sends and receives files to and from other banks, which mainly use a bilateral exchange between themselves – informally called by its traditional name ‘Garagenclearing’ – using commonly agreed technical methods for data transmission.
www.swift.com /index.cfm?item_id=58593   (1459 words)

  
 Deutsche Bundesbank   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Deutsche Bundesbank is the central bank of Germany and was in charge of the German Mark until the Euro came into existence.
Neuzeitliche Goldmünzen in der Münzensammlung der Deutschen Bundesbank
Antike Goldmünzen in der Münzensammlung der Deutschen Bundesbank
www.freeglossary.com /Bundesbank   (186 words)

  
 Inside the Bundesbank   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Bundesbank is one of the world's most powerful and successful central banks, outstanding for its independence in the conduct of monetary policy and for its success in the achievement of relative price stability virtually throughout the post-war era.
This collection of essays by the President of the Bundesbank, by former and present Board members and by Heads of Department within the Bundesbank offer a rare inside insight into its operations.
The individual contributions to this volume explain the historical, legal and institutional basis of German internal and external monetary policy and highlight the goals of the German central bank and its role in the economy as a whole.
www.transatlanticpub.com /cat/history/insi9882.htm   (300 words)

  
 Euro gets German defense - May 28, 1999
     Those remarks, along with comments by the Bundesbank's chief Hans Tietmeyer that he would not be pleased if the euro were to decline further, were seen as underpinning a mild rebound in the euro Friday to $1.0495 in late morning.
     Throughout its history, he noted, the Bundesbank's role was to galvanize the mark, once the linchpin of European currencies, to which many other banks calibrated their monetary policy.
     The Bundesbank also carries heavy influence within the ECB, where it holds two seats on the 17-member board, or 12 percent of the votes.
money.cnn.com /1999/05/28/europe/euro   (842 words)

  
 Deutsche Bundesbank Information, Latest News, Articles
FRANKFURT -(Dow Jones)- The German government's planned reduction in the public sector deficit from 2008 onwards is "not sufficiently ambitious," the Deutsche Bundesbank said in its monthly bulletin for December, published Monday.
AIMA Disagrees With Bundesbank Over Hedge Funds, (Investors Offshore)
AIMA, the global trade association for hedge funds, has responded to Deutsche Bundesbank Financial Stability Review 2006, published yesterday, expressing disappointment over claims that hedge fund activities pose a risk to the financial sector.
www.market-day.net /news/deutsche-bundesbank.php   (136 words)

  
 Deutsche Bundesbank books, find the lowest prices
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The Mark of the Bundesbank : Germany's Role in European Monetary Cooperation
Deutsche Bundesbank Und Demokratieprinzip : Eine Verfassungsrechtliche Studie Zur Bundesbankautonomie Vor Und Nach Der Dritten Stufe Der Europaischen Wahrungsunion
www.allbookstores.com /Deutsche_Bundesbank_sd.html   (305 words)

  
 Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis - The Region - Deutsche Bundesbank (September 1997)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis - The Region - Deutsche Bundesbank (September 1997)
The Bundesbank of the Federal Republic of Germany was established as a uniform central bank in 1957 as a successor to a two-tier central banking system, which consisted of the Bank Deutscher Lander and the legally independent regional Land Central Banks.
The Bundesbank holds reserves mainly in U.S. dollars with banks or central banks abroad, in addition to gold holdings and reserve positions in, and claims on, the International Monetary Fund and the European Monetary Institute.
woodrow.mpls.frb.fed.us /pubs/region/97-09/bundesbank.cfm?js=0   (171 words)

  
 ERN Jobs: DEUTSCHE BUNDESBANK   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
DEUTSCHE BUNDESBANK Economist Research Centre The Deutsche Bundesbank is looking to recruit an Economist (m/f) for a wide range of challenging and varied tasks in the Research Centre at our Central Office in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
JOB DESCRIPTION: Academics from the Bundesbank, universities and academic institutions work in the Bundesbank's Research Centre.
Their empirical and theoretical studies deal with fundamental issues of monetary policy and the stability of the financial system.
www.ssrn.com /update/ern/ernjob/job118.html   (216 words)

  
 The Social Market Economy and Monetary Stability   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Since 1993 he has been president of the Deutsche Bundesbank, where he has played the role of both guardian of the deutsche mark and manager of the transition that is taking the deutsche mark into the European monetary union.
It is a book for everyone interested in the history and future prospects of economic and monetary policy in Germany and Europe.
Hans Tietmeyer is the president of the Deutsche Bundesbank.
www.brookings.edu /press/books/clientpr/economic/social.htm   (294 words)

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