BERLIN -- Germany says Europe's planned single banking supervisor should not oversee all of the bloc's banks but must focus on the biggest, most systemically relevant institutions.A German government official insisted Thursday that the new supervisory body, which will be anchored with the European Central Bank, cannot "practically supervise 6,000 banks with the same intensity."
Germany: EU Supervisor Must Focus on Biggest Banks
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