Two decades after they gave up trying to become a major force in local corporate finance, U.S. banks in Germany have settled for less-ambitious but better-focused activities.

Citicorp has a profitable consumer bank; J.P. Morgan & Co. and Bankers Trust New York Corp. run capital markets activities, asset management, and advisory services; and State Street Corp. is expanding custodial services and asset management.

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