German and European bank regulators have objected to a merger of Germany’s two biggest lenders, Deutsche and Commerzbank, while European Bank regulators have voiced their opposition due to Commerzbank inability to help the troubled Deutsche Bank recover from both its financial and legal woes.
Moreover, European regulators would favour a cross-border merger rather an all-German deal, according to reports from Bloomberg. Germany's main industry regulator (BaFin), has also come out against a poten...


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