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  • Commonwealth Bank of Australia is one of the top 10 capitalised stocks on the Australian Stock Exchange and as such is the foremost provider of banking and financial services. It employs over 30,000 people worldwide enjoying an operating profit of AUD$1.4 billion (before tax and abnormal items). As of June 1999 our total assets were AUD$138 billion.  Commonwealth is committed to competitively delivering product, 24 hours a day. Market maker in G7 Majors, AUD, NZD, and related cross currencies, It has established pricing skills across SGD, HKD, THB, and NDF's in KRW, PHP, TWD, INR and CNY.  
  • Credit Agricole Indosuez - serves its clients through its network in Europe, North America, Middle East and Japan. It is organised around three major areas: CAI Fixed Income covers Interest rate and Foreign Exchange products, and Credit markets; CAI Cheuvreux covers equity trading placement and brokerage activities, operating in Europe and Japan; Corporate Finance combines Advisory Services to corporate clients and Equity Capital Markets, managing the origination of equity and hybrid instrument issues within the framework of an alliance with Lazard as well as the syndication and structuring of equity derivative products.  
  • Crédit Agricole Crédit Agricole has a strong presence in wholesale banking, the capital markets and international business. As Crédit Agricole's central banking arm, CNCA ensures the Group's financial cohesion and supervises the compliance by the Regional Banks with laws and regulations. It invests excess funds of the Regional Banks and manages the treasury operations of Crédit Agricole, receives the savings deposits, and makes medium- and long-term advances to the Regional Banks to supplement the sources of funding available to them. In its banking capacity, CNCA raises and lends funds on the international capital markets. It also provides many of the international services offered by the Group, as well as a number of technical and financial services through its specialized subsidiaries. CNCA designs the products marketed by the Regional Banks and is responsible for its subsidiaries and for international growth.
  • Crédit Lyonnais  - Crédit Lyonnais has an active presence in 80 countries, with almost 4 400 locations worldwide, including 2 800 in France and 800 in Europe. 

  • Credit Suisse -   a leading global financial services company - and forms the backbone of its banking organisation in Switzerland. Its employees are committed to offering you targeted advice, as well as the products and services best suited to your needs. More than 2.6 million customers place their trust in Credit Suisse. Credit Suisse Group is a world-leading financial services company, advising clients in all aspects of finance, around the world, around the clock.  Credit Suisse Financial Services provides private clients and small and medium-sized companies with private banking and financial advisory services, banking products, and pension and insurance solutions from Winterthur. Credit Suisse First Boston, the investment bank, serves global institutional, corporate, government and individual clients in its role as a financial intermediary. Credit Suisse Group's registered shares (CSGN) are listed in Switzerland and Frankfurt, and in the form of American Depositary Shares (CSR) in New York. It is headquartered in Zurich.

  • Credit Suisse First Boston (CSFB) - Leading global investment bank serving institutional, corporate and government clients.  Credit Suisse First Boston pride themselves in helping its clients navigate the shifting sands of change. To deliver on that mission, CSFB holds a leadership position across the spectrum of investment banking products and financial services -- all designed to help its clients achieve their strategic objectives. CSFB ranks in the top tier in virtually all major business segments and is an experienced leader in every aspect of investment banking, from mergers and acquisitions and strategic advice to all aspects of capital-raising, such as syndicated lending, and high-yield, investment-grade and equity underwriting. Additionally,  CSFB also has the largest merchant banking business of any investment bank, with a $20 billion of committed private equity capital under a full array of offerings. CSFB also serves institutional clients and retail and high-net-worth individuals through its financial services franchise, which includes Private Client Services, CSFBdirect and Pershing, our transactions-processing unit.  It is a operating in more than 89 locations across more than 36 countries on 6 continents.  
  • Danske Bank - Its trading entity, Danske Markets is covering foreign exchange, money markets, fixed income, debt capital markets, derivatives and research. Danske Markets operates in Copenhagen, London, Stockholm, Oslo, Helsinki and New York. Danske Markets has a strong tradition in foreign exchange trading and is one of the leading Northern European institutions. On account of the Bank's deep roots in the Nordic area, trading in Scandinavian currencies is a core competence of the bank combined with a commitment to providing its clients with complete access to the global foreign exchange markets. Danske Markets offers 24-hours foreign exchange trading.    

  • Deutsche Bank AG- English  German  - Deutsche Bank is one of the leading international financial service providers. With roughly 71,000 employees, the bank serves more than 13 million customers in 76 countries worldwide with over 800 billion US dollars in asset. More than half of the bank's staff work outside Germany. A strong position in the European market and especially in the German market is the basis for their global activities. As a modern universal bank, Deutsche Bank offer its customers a broad range of first-class banking services.  Deutsche Bank's Global Foreign Exchange group is a market leader. The Bank trades from 42 dealing rooms around the globe, in over 1,000 different currency pairs and employs over 350 people. Itsr FX philosophy is to develop a deep understanding of the needs of our key customer base, to build long term relationships and provide a world-class service for advice, execution and support of foreign currency risk management.
  • Development Bank of Singapore  - DBS Bank is the largest banking group in Southeast Asia and is ranked among the top 100 banks in the world. Through the efforts of more than 10,000 DBS employees, we provide comprehensive banking services to more than 5 million customers in the Asia-Pacific region, working to meet the unique needs of individuals and growing enterprises. Our regional network has grown to include 1,424 banking locations in 12 countries.   

  • DnB is Norway's largest financial services group with around 1.8 million retail customers with around 7,000 employees and total combined assets of NOK 680 billion. DnB, Vital and Postbanken are among the strongest financial brands in Norway. Over 70,000 corporate customers maintain accounts in DnB, including small businesses. In addition, DnB has a customer base comprising around 630,000 customers, of whom 345,000 hold individual life insurance policies. DnB has a market share as principal bankers for 25 per cent of the Norwegian corporate market. 
  • Dresdner Bank - Provider of exceptional financial services through traditional and modern means of exchanging. The Dresdner Bank Group is active worldwide, with some 1,400 branches and 50,000 employees in more than 70 countries. Dresdner Bank is one of Europe's leading financial services groups, as shown by our customer numbers and consolidated total assets and market capitalisation.  Part of the Allianz Group, one of the largest insurance company in the world.

  • Dresdner Kleinwort Benson and Wasserstein Perella, Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein (DrKW) Formed in January 2001 through the combination of is the investment banking division of the Dresdner Bank Group, DrKW offers a full range of investment banking services including M&A advisory, debt and equity financing and distribution capabilities through its Investment Banking, Global Equities and Global Debt business lines. With an extensive international network comprising a major presence in the key financial centres of London, Frankfurt and New York and substantial resources covering Asia/Pacific and Latin America, DrKW offers strong sector specialisation through its global sector approach.  

  • Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein- Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein is a major force in global investment banking. As the investment banking division of the Dresdner Bank Group, we add value by combining the global resources of one of Germany's largest banks with market-leading international expertise. Rapidly changing markets demand ever more complex financial solutions with the global capability to deliver them speedily and safely. The strength of its high credit rating, investments in new technology, quality of research and global distribution power combine to meet this challenge. Around the world, across different currencies and different products, the bank delivers an integrated service focused on excellence because the bank appreciates that it's the quality of our performance that keeps clients coming back.   

  • DZ Bank - a commercial bank with a strong position in one-stop financial services. DZ BANK acts as the provider of know-how on every aspect of international business for the German cooperative banking group. Its product range encompasses money transfer services, the classical products of commercial business such as documentary business as well as export finance, project and structured trade finance.
  • Erste Bank der oesterreichischen Sparkassen AG is Austria's oldest savings bank and the largest purely private sector bank listed on the Vienna stock exchange. Erste Bank is the leading retail bank in Central Europe. Serving also as the lead bank of the Austrian savings bank sector, Erste Bank together with the savings bank has the strongest presence of any financial institution in its home market, which spans Austria and adjacent Central Europe. Next to its geographic focus, the Bank's strengths lie above all in the high quality of its products and services and the intense commitment of its employees. 

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