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Lost in time

8 October 2015 By Edward Hadas

The German bank has belatedly recognised that it paid 5.8 bln euros too much for acquisitions dating back to 1999. It’s a little nutty, but to be expected. The real problem is the economically bizarre technique of accounting for premiums paid in acquisitions.

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