The economic situation in Germany is better than suggested by expectations back in autumn 2022. Prospects are becoming noticeably brighter, commented DSGV President Helmut Schleweis when presenting the joint economic forecast by the chief economists of the Savings Banks Finance Group. “Right now we are not witnessing a wave of insolvencies, or a particular deterioration in ratings, or any deterioration in other indicators for the economic performance of our business customers.
Economic situation better than expected, inflation remains a big challenge
High energy prices: DSGV President calls for emergency relief and a comprehensive energy transition in Germany
At the Annual General Meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund in Washington, Helmut Schleweis, the President of the German Savings Banks Association, called not only for governmental emergency relief to be provided to business enterprises and private households but also for a comprehensive and rapid energy transition In view of permanently high energy prices.
Karolin Schriever calls for an easing of regulatory burdens
At the Annual General Meetings of the World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund, Karolin Schriever, member of the Executive Board of the German Savings Banks Association (DSGV) called for an easing of regulatory burdens and more scope for lending by credit institutions to help private households and business enterprises in the short term to cope with an economic lean spell and in the medium term to efficiently finance above all the energy transition.
DSGV President calls for help for medium-sized companies
Karolin Schriever takes office as an Executive Board Member of the DSGV
Smooth transfer of office in the management of the German Savings Banks and Giro Association (DSGV): Karolin Schriever has taken office today as a Managing Director of the DSGV.