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What does LBB stand for?

LBB stands for Landesbank Berlin (German bank)

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The panel will consist of contributions from: * Jordi Guaus, Head of Mobile Payments, La Caixa * Tilo Schurer, head of DirektMarketing group, Landesbank Berlin AG * Alberto Jimenez, Director, Global Mobile Solutions, Citigroup * Jeremy Acklam,Managing Director, AuthentiPay Ltd.
4 percent collapse in second quarter GDP last week, Lithuania is having little trouble attracting investors in the international debt markets, as its debt remains "very attractive and is a compelling investment story" for investors looking for higher yield in today's investment environment, says Berlin-based fund manager at Landesbank Berlin, Lutz Roehmeyer, reports news agencies Bloomberg.
The 12 lenders In the 'big ticket' category are: Abbey BLME DekaBank Deutsche Postbank D G Hyp Helaba Landesbank Berlin LBBW (Stuttgart) Munich Hyp Nationwide Building Society Soclete Generale West Immo William Newsom, head of Savllls UK valuation, said: "I know of at least half-a-dozen other lenders who may also be on the list but the level of actual loans committed Is variable.
Key Topics Covered: 1 Executive Summary 2 Market Attractiveness and Future Prospects of the Cards and Payments Industry 3 Analysis of German Cards and Payments Industry Drivers 4 Emerging Consumer Attitudes and Trends 5 Competitive Landscape and Industry Dynamics 6 Strategies Adopted by Key Players 7 Market Size and Growth Potential of Payment Card Industry 8 Company Profiles, Product and Marketing Strategies 9 Appendix Companies Mentioned - Commerzbank AG - Deutsche Bank - Landesbank Berlin Holding AG - Comdirect Bank - Credit Mutuel-CIC - Targobank For more information visit http://www.
The other German banks which did not disclose all the details on holdings of public debt were identified as the mutual banks DZ and WGZ and the regional state-owned lender Landesbank Berlin, according to the paper.