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China's ICBC Standard Bank buys Deutsche's London bullion vault: Reuters
By Clara Denina
Friday, January 8, 2016
LONDON -- ICBC Standard Bank is buying the lease on Deutsche Bank's London gold and silver vault, enlarging its footprint in the city's bullion market, four industry sources close to the companies said on Friday.
China's ICBC, which took a controlling stake in Standard Bank's London-based Global Markets business last year, has also applied to become a clearing member of the London gold and silver over-the-counter business.
No one at ICBC Standard Bank was immediately available to comment and Deutsche Bank declined to comment. ...
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