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Deutsche Bank taps ECB cash for Italy, Spain ops

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03/09/2012 | 12:33pm CEST

Germany's biggest bank, Deutsche Bank (>> Deutsche Bank AG), took 5 billion -10 billion euros ($6.6 billion - $13.3 billion) from the European Central Bank, a source said on Friday, after boss Josef Ackermann signaled last month the bank may take advantage of cheap loans.

Germany's biggest bank, Deutsche Bank (>> Deutsche Bank AG), took 5 billion -10 billion euros ($6.6 billion - $13.3 billion) from the European Central Bank, a source said on Friday, after boss Josef Ackermann signaled last month the bank may take advantage of cheap loans.

The bank tapped the ECB's long-term refinancing operation -- aimed at propping up Europe's banking system -- as a means of pumping cash into their operations in Italy and Spain, said the source, who has direct knowledge of the matter.

Deutsche Bank declined to comment.

In early February, chief executive Ackermann said Deutsche had not taken part in an earlier ECB tender but signaled the lender could take advantage of future offers for cheap cash if it was economically sensible to do so.

Germany's second biggest lender Commerzbank (>> Commerzbank AG) took a single digit billion euros amount, a source close to that bank said on Friday. Commerzbank declined to comment.

The move marks a more pragmatic approach toward receiving cheap cash from the European Central Bank, mirroring a change of attitude by rival Barclays (>> Barclays PLC) which had initially said it would not take the money to avoid the stigma of needing cash.

Tapping the central bank for loans is currently cheaper than refinancing on commercial markets, and helps to avoid a mismatch between loans and deposits at operations in countries hit by an economic slowdown.

A total of 800 banks borrowed money in the ECB's latest liquidity operation, fuelling expectations that credit will flow to businesses and borrowing costs will ease for governments hit by the euro zone crisis.

In the first long-term refinancing operation Commerzbank's mortgage unit Eurohypo <EUROHY.UL> took roughly 10 billion euros, a separate source said last month.

European Central Bank president Mario Draghi said 460 German banks participated in the most recent LTRO. Around 42 billion euros was taken to fund operations in Germany, according to Reuters calculations.

Germany has 2,000 banks, while Britain has just 405, Spain 415, Italy 785, Ireland 590 and France 1,147, according to ECB statistics.

The Financial Times newspaper also reported on Friday that Deutsche Bank had taken advantage of the ECB's LTRO scheme.

($1 = 0.7534 euros)

(Editing by Sophie Walker)

By Edward Taylor and Arno Schuetze

Stocks treated in this article : Barclays PLC, Commerzbank AG, Deutsche Bank AG
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