The German Landesbanken were hit hard by the financial crisis, and bailouts at both state and federal level have allowed the national government and the EU to increase the pressure for both restructuring and reform. Writer Michael Marray

Under review: there have been calls for Bayern LB (headquarters pictured) to be sold following its recent difficulties

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