German banks reduce their activity in countries where economic sanctions have been imposed by international organisations, but their foreign subsidiaries do not, a discussion paper published by Deutsche Bundesbank finds.
Subsidiary banks may even increase their credit activity in countries where there is a lower commitment to international financial standards, the paper finds.
In Freeze! Financial sanctions and bank responses, Matthias Efing, Stefan Goldbach and Volker Nitsch use data from the
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