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1 02.03.2017 Talking Point
European banks in 2016: A year to forget
Abstract: The European banking industry suffered a significant setback in 2016. Revenues declined across the board, cost reductions were unable to keep pace and loan loss provisions rose. As a result, net income fell by almost half. Banks resorted to aggressive de-risking, but a shrinking equity base meant that capital and leverage ratios stagnated for the first time since the financial crisis. By contrast, US banks continued to grow and set a new record in terms of nominal profits, widening the gap to their European peers.
Topics: Banking; Financial market trends; Global financial markets; International capital markets; International financial system; Supervision and regulation
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2 02.03.2017 Aktueller Kommentar
Ergebnisse der europäischen Banken 2016: Ein Jahr zum Vergessen
Abstract: Die europäische Bankenindustrie hat im Jahr 2016 einen herben Rückschlag erlebt. Alle wichtigen Ertragskomponenten waren rückläufig, die Kostensenkungen konnten damit nicht Schritt halten und die Risikovorsorge stieg an. In der Folge halbierte sich der Nettogewinn fast. Die Banken reagierten mit aggressivem Risikoabbau, aber aufgrund einer schrumpfenden Eigenkapitalbasis stagnierten Kapital- und Leverage-Quoten zum ersten Mal seit der Finanzkrise. Im Gegensatz dazu setzten die US-Banken ihr Wachstum fort und steigerten ihren nominalen Gewinn auf ein neues Rekordhoch. Sie konnten damit den Abstand zu den europäischen Wettbewerbern weiter vergrößern (nur in Englisch verfügbar).
Topics: Banking; Financial market trends; Global financial markets; International capital markets; International financial system; Supervision and regulation
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3 01.03.2017 Monitor Unternehmensfinanzierung
Gemischte Entwicklung in der Kreditvergabe, solide deutsche Konjunktur in Q4 2016
Abstract: Lending to German corporates and self-employed showed markedly diverging trends in Q4: while business with the manufacturing sector slumped, the upswing in lending to the services sector accelerated further. Bottom line, outstanding volumes were up 0.3% qoq / 2% yoy. In Q4, foreign-owned banks and Landesbanks surprisingly benefited strongly. Corporate bond issuance and leasing reached new records in the full year; stock issuance collapsed to a new historic low though. The German economy grew solidly in Q4 (GDP +0.4% qoq). Particularly construction and public consumption performed well, whereas net exports and investment again contributed negatively. GDP expanded 1.9% in the full year, but growth may slow in 2017 (+1.1%), driven in part by higher energy prices and elevated global political uncertainty (available only in German).
Topics: Banking; Business cycle; Economic growth; Financial market trends; Germany; International capital markets; International financial system; Macroeconomics
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4 21.02.2017 EU Monitor (Engl.)
Synthetic securitisation: Making a silent comeback
Abstract: Securitisation markets have returned to policymakers’ attention recently, only this time as a hoped-for panacea to anaemic lending in Europe rather than a culprit for the financial crisis. To date, the focus is largely on true-sale securitisation. Yet synthetic securitisation has notable potential as well, especially for SME lending. Synthetic securitisation saw mixed trends in recent years. 1) Complex arbitrage deals have almost disappeared. 2) Balance sheet synthetic deals have surged to an issuance volume of EUR 94 bn in 2016. Transactions have become mostly private, yet are now much less complex and of robust asset quality. A firm inclusion of balance sheet deals in the evolving framework for simple, transparent and standardised (STS) securitisations would be sensible and could well contribute to a recovery in lending in Europe.
Topics: Banking; Capital markets policy; European issues; Financial market trends; Global financial markets; International capital markets; International financial system; SMEs; Supervision and regulation
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5 12.01.2017 EU-Monitor (Dt.)
Bargeld, Freiheit und Verbrechen: Bargeld in der digitalen Welt
Abstract: Obwohl der Zahlungsverkehr zunehmend digital wird, wächst in Europa die Nachfrage nach Bargeld. Der Euro-Bargeldumlauf ist mittlerweile auf 1,1 Billionen Euro gestiegen – eine Verdreifachung im Vergleich zu 2003. Bargeld setzt der Macht der Zentralbanken Grenzen, es gewährleistet Datenschutz und kann somit dazu beitragen, Bürgerrechte zu sichern. Andererseits geht eine intensive Nutzung von Bargeld häufig mit einer stärkeren Schattenwirtschaft einher. Der Wechsel zu bargeldlosen Zahlungen scheint dagegen zu einem Anstieg des Kartenbetrugs zu führen.
Topics: Banking; Digitalisation; EMU; European issues; Financial market trends; Global financial markets; Information technology; International financial system; Monetary policy; Payments and market infrastructures; Social values / Consumer behaviour
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6 20.12.2016 Monitor Unternehmensfinanzierung
Robustes Kreditgeschäft, durchwachsene Konjunktur in Deutschland in Q3 2016
Abstract: The upward trend in lending to German corporates and self-employed continued in Q3 (+0.5% qoq / +2.1% yoy). Loans to several important manufacturing industries declined, but grew strongly with real estate-linked industries. Savings banks and cooperative banks expanded further, whereas business weakened at Landesbanks and credit banks. Bond and equity issuance was solid. Spectacular: the average rate for corporate deposits fell into negative territory for the first time in history. The German economy faced muted growth dynamics in Q3 (GDP +0.2% qoq), yet may pick up speed again in the current quarter. Growth was driven by private and public consumption, while net exports shrank. Likewise, investment contracted. The expected slowdown in growth next year (to 1.1%) is to a large extent due to the lower number of working days. (available only in German)
Topics: Banking; Business cycle; Economic growth; Financial market trends; Germany; International capital markets; International financial system; Macroeconomics
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7 19.12.2016 Talking Point
Europe might gain from Brexit, but still lose to Asia
Abstract: Regulatory reforms have already reshaped derivatives trading in Europe. The upcoming potential shift towards central clearing for some derivatives classes and the availability of CCPs globally will likely result in some fragmentation in derivatives trading. FX derivatives markets are providing first insights into this: Asia already makes up 26% of global FX derivative trading volumes in 2016. As the Asian exposures of European firms and Asian financial sector grow, hedging currency risks in local Asian markets seem to be becoming common practice. This may fuel the ongoing decentralisation of global derivatives trading and give rise to higher costs for market participants.
Topics: European issues; International financial system
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8 01.12.2016 Articles: Banks/financial markets
Presentation: European banks - Non-performing loans, negative rates & regulation
Topics: Banking; International financial system; Supervision and regulation
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9 23.11.2016 EU Monitor (Engl.)
Cash, freedom and crime: Use and impact of cash in a world going digital
Abstract: Despite a growing role of electronic payments, demand for cash is on the rise in Europe. Euro cash in circulation has increased to EUR 1.1 trillion, three times as much as in 2003. Cash limits the power of monetary authorities, provides data protection and can therefore act as a guarantor of civil liberties. On the other hand, it is often associated with a stronger shadow economy, even though the shift towards a cashless society seems to trigger higher levels of card fraud.
Topics: Banking; Digitalisation; EMU; European issues; Financial market trends; Global financial markets; Information technology; International financial system; Monetary policy; Payments and market infrastructures; Social values / Consumer behaviour
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10 18.11.2016 Talking Point
European bank performance: The deposit conundrum
Abstract: European banking sector results improved in the third quarter after a weak first half of the year. Still, all revenue components registered year-over-year declines, only partly offset by falling costs and lower loan losses. While credit growth remains nearly non-existent, deposit growth has picked up further momentum and is now at its strongest since 2009. This comes despite record-low borrowing costs for customers and deposit rates virtually at zero. Going forward, following the US election, one of the biggest unknowns is the future direction of prudential regulation at the global level, where changes could have a material impact on European banks.
Topics: Banking; Financial market trends; Global financial markets; International capital markets; International financial system; Supervision and regulation
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