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Commerz bank

Commerzbank is the second largest credit institution in Germany, and one of Europe's major banks. With the merging of Dresdner Bank into Commerzbank in May 2009, Commerzbank is now additionally one of the leading banks for private and corporate customers in Germany. The new Commerzbank has a total of 1,200 branches with around 14,5 million private and corporate customers worldwide.

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Deutsche Bundesbank

The Deutsche Bundesbank is the central bank of the Federal Republic of Germany and, thus, the "bankers bank". Since 1999, it has been part of the Eurosystem, sharing responsibility with the other national central banks and the European Central Bank for the single currency, the euro. The Executive Board of the Bundesbank currently comprises six members. Half are nominated by the Federal Government and half by the Bundesrat, with all members being appointed by the President of the Federal Republic. The Bundesbank is independent of instructions from the Federal Government. In this respect, its status is comparable to that of the Federal Constitutional Court. Some 10,000 people are employed at the Bundesbank's Central Office in Frankfurt am Main, the nine regional offices and 47 branches throughout Germany. The Bundesbank uses this nationwide network to perform its operations in the areas of refinancing, cash supply, cashless payments and banking supervision.

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Landesbank Baden-Württemberg

Landesbank Baden-Württemberg (LBBW) is a universal bank and an international commercial bank. Together with its regional retail banks Baden-Württembergische Bank (BW-Bank), Rheinland-Pfalz Bank and Sachsen Bank, it offers the whole range of products and services typical of a modern large bank.

LBBW is the central bank of the savings banks in Baden-Württemberg, Rhineland Palatinate and Saxony. BW-Bank functions as a savings bank for LBBW in the territory of the state capital, Stuttgart.

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Banca Transilvania

Banca Transilvania (BVB:TLV), the first banking institution in Romania listed on the Bucharest Stock Exchange became a blue chip due to its excellent performance.

Banca Transilvania's strategy is to achieve nationwide representation, having currently more than 400 branches and agencies. The network growth strategy imposed a dynamic pace over the last two - three years, Banca Transilvania. Our network is our business card and also a statement regarding Banca Transilvania's commitment to its customers.

About 6.000 employees sharing BT's corporate culture and principles focused on the quality of their work and customer satisfaction.

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