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Guest contributions by the members of the Executive Board

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Here you find interviews by the members of the Executive Board.


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Create a single set of rules for banks

Opinion editorial by Dr Andreas Dombret for Les Echos on 28.11.2016

Banking Supervision  |   DEFR

No need for bank returns of 20 percent

Guest contribution by Dr Andreas Dombret in the Wirtschaftswoche on 14 October 2016

Business models at many banks are "not particularly sound and too short-sighted", Andreas Dombret, Executive Board member at the Bundesbank, writes in an op-ed piece for Germany's Wirtschaftswoche business weekly. Mr Dombret argues that banking must transform itself back into a normal economic sector, one in which earnings are generated through sound business models.

Economic Situation  |   DE

Brexit: A risk for banks?

Guest contribution by Dr Andreas Dombret in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung on 02 June 2016

Banking Supervision, International  |   DE

Regulation and low interest rates pose a challenge for banks

Guest contribution by Jens Weidmann, President of the Bundesbank published in the Börsen-Zeitung on 2016-05-12.

Stronger regulation, digitalisation and low interest rates are challenges for the banking-sector, Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann writes in a guest contribution for the Börsen-Zeitung.

Monetary Policy  |   DE

Fintech companies – new players, new challenges

Guest contribution by Dr Andreas Dombret in the Frankfurt Main Finance Yearbook 2016 on 10 May 2016

Bundesbank Executive Board member Andreas Dombret writes that traditional credit and fi-nancial services institutions have to take strategic decisions in preparation for dealing with fintechs in the future.

Economic Situation, Monetary Policy  |   DE
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