The German financial regulator BaFin and the central bank plan talks with the country's largest banks Wednesday to discuss their response to the looming publication of bank stress tests, people familiar with the matter said Monday.

The talks will center on which risk positions the banks will be required to disclose and to what extent Germany's state-controlled Landesbanken will be involved in future tests, one person said.

A Continent-wide round of stress tests conducted by the Committee of European Banking Supervisors, a Pan-European regulator, is set to publish details on 25 of Europe's biggest banks this month. Deutsche Bank AG, Commerzbank AG and the state-owned BayernLB, will be included in the tests, people familiar with the matter said.

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