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Commerzbank AG (CBKG.DE)

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23 Sep 2019
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Sun, Sep 22 2019

Banks worth $47 trillion adopt new U.N.-backed climate principles

UNITED NATIONS, Sept 22 Banks with more than $47 trillion in assets, or a third of the global industry, adopted new U.N.-backed "responsible banking" principles to fight climate change on Sunday that would shift their loan books away from fossil fuels.

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

Sept 20 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Friday:

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Commerzbank aims to cut jobs, branches after Deutsche merger fails

FRANKFURT Commerzbank said on Friday it wanted to shed thousands of staff and close a fifth of its branches in a strategy overhaul, after the German lender's attempt to merge with Deutsche Bank failed. | Video

UPDATE 3-Commerzbank aims to cut jobs, branches after Deutsche merger fails

* Investors want more than cost cuts - DSW lobby group (Adds investor comment, shares)

Commerzbank planning to cut 4,300 jobs as part of strategic review

FRANKFURT, Sept 20 Commerzbank on Friday announced that it was planning to cut 4,300 jobs as part of an overhaul and review of its strategy.

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Commerzbank considers sale of Polish unit mBank: Handelsblatt

BERLIN Germany's Commerzbank is considering selling its Polish subsidiary mBank as part of a new strategy, daily Handelsblatt reported on Friday.

UPDATE 1-Commerzbank considers sale of Polish unit mBank - Handelsblatt

* Bank has been mulling strategy after failed Deutsche merger

Commerzbank mulls selling Polish unit M-bank - Handelsblatt

BERLIN, Sept 20 Germany's Commerzbank is considering selling its Polish subsidiary M-Bank as part of a new strategy plan, daily Handelsblatt reported on Friday.

ECB's new rules for parking cash provides some relief - German banks

BERLIN Germany's bank lobby group on Friday said the European Central Bank's (ECB) decision to reduce penalties for parking large amounts of cash with the ECB would help local lenders save 500 million euros ($554.70 million) annually.

ECB's new rules for parking cash provides some relief: German banks

BERLIN Germany's bank lobby group on Friday said the European Central Bank's (ECB) decision to reduce penalties for parking large amounts of cash with the ECB would help local lenders save 500 million euros ($554.70 million) annually.

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