From 7 April we will be taking the Bundesbank roadshow truck to 90 locations all over Germany. The interactive exhibition in our truck is intended to open a dialogue with the public. With the help of various exhibits and lectures we hope to provide local people with an insight into the Bundesbank and its tasks.
With regard to establishing a new or expanding an already existing entity domiciled in Germany, the German supervisory authorities stand ready to discuss the pertinent issues.
The Bundesbank provides a new procedure for the automated download of statistical data sets. The web service offers an interface for programmatic access.
The Bundesbank’s up-to-date statistical data in the form of time series (also available to download as a CSV file or SDMX-ML file).
Here you will find information on the bank sort code file and on the bank sort code update service. You can also download the bank sort code files.
In the press area, you will find press releases, speeches, guest contributions and interviews with Bundesbank Executive Board members as well as further press materials.
The Bundesbank published various studies and conference proceedings, resulting from the research activities of its employees and guest researchers.
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The European Commission’s proposals for implementing the new tighter capital requirements for banks are a topic of public debate. Critics say the additional requirements will hit small and medium-sized enterprises in particular. The Bundesbank, meanwhile, sees no impediments to SME funding. Executive Board member Joachim Wuermeling says the legislative proposal would not involve any changes for most of the 1,300 institutions.
The Bundesbank advocates more tiered EU remuneration rules depending on a bank’s size and complexity as part of the impending implementation of the Basel III finalisation. Thought should be given as to whether small, non-complex institutions “need even more proportional regulation” under the EU’s current remuneration regime, the authors write in the October edition of the Monthly Report.
need even more proportional regulation