FACTBOX-Recent Bank bailouts
April 9 (Reuters) - The German government offered 1.39 euros per share on Thursday to take over Hypo Real Estate (HRE) <HRXG.DE>, the stricken Munich-based lender it plans to seize control of and restructure.
Berlin pushed through a law earlier this month allowing it to expropriate shares in stricken banks for the first time in the post-war era, after failing to agree a takeover price with U.S. private equity investor J.C. Flowers, which has an HRE stake of nearly 25 percent.
Following are details of major bank bailouts since September:
* GERMANY: Sept. 29, 2008 -- Agrees to give Hypo Real Estate the bulk of 35 billion euros in credit guarantees.
Dec. 1 -- Bavaria injects 10 billion euros into BayernLB <BLGGgg.F> and bank will get 20 billion euros of state guarantees.
Jan. 8, 2009 -- Commerzbank <CBKG.DE> says the government will take a stake of 25 percent plus one share.
March 29 - Will take an initial 8.7 percent stake in Hypo Real Estate and plans to seek full control of the company, which expects billions of euros in losses in 2008.
April 9 -- Offers to take over Hypo Real Estate by paying 1.39 euros per share. SoFFin, Germany's bank rescue fund, described the new offer price on Thursday as "attractive" and reaffirmed its desire to acquire 100 percent of the outstanding shares.
OTHER RECENT BAILOUTS:
* AUSTRIA: Nov. 3, 2008 -- Buys 99.8 percent of Kommunalkredit <KKAT.UL> for a nominal sum and injects fresh capital. It takes 49 percent stake in Franco-Belgian group Dexia <DEXI.BR> and 50.8 percent stake in Oesterreichische Volksbanken AG <OTVVp.VI> for 1 euro each.
* BELGIUM, FRANCE, LUXEMBOURG & NETHERLANDS: Sept. 2008 -- Governments and shareholders pledge 6.4 billion euros to bail out Dexia.
Sept. 29 -- They agree to inject 11.2 billion euros into Fortis <FOR.BR>. Each government is to take a 49 percent stake in the Fortis banks in their countries.
Oct. 5 -- BNP Paribas <BNPP.PA> takes control of the Belgian and Luxembourg businesses of Fortis, which will make Belgium the French bank's biggest shareholder.
Jan. 30, 2009 -- BNP Paribas, Belgium and Fortis agree on revisions to the deal to carve up Fortis. BNP Paribas is to take a 10 percent stake in Fortis Insurance Belgium. It is to buy 75 percent of Fortis Bank Belgium and 16 percent of Fortis Bank Luxembourg, as agreed in October.
* BRITAIN: Sept. 29, 2008 -- Bradford & Bingley nationalised. Britain will take over B&B's 50 billion pound ($71 billion) mortgage portfolio, and sell deposits and branches to Spanish bank Santander.
Oct. 13 -- Announces plans to give RBS <RBS.L>, Lloyds TSB <LLOY.L>, and HBOS a 37 billion pound cash injection and take equity stakes in each of the banks
Nov. 28 -- Britain buys 58 percent stake in Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) for 15 billion pounds.
Feb. 26, 2009 -- RBS said Britain would inject a further 13 billion pounds to insure risky bank assets and said Britain's stake could rise as high as 95 percent.
March 7 -- Britain will get a stake of up to 77 percent in Lloyds Banking Group <LLOY.L> after agreeing to underwrite 260 billion pounds of risky assets.
* DENMARK: Sept. 22, 2008 -- Central bank steps in to secure liquidity at Ebh Bank <EBH.CO>.
* GREECE: Jan. 27, 2009 -- To spend up to 5 billion euros to boost banks' capital through buying preferred shares. National Bank <NBGr.AT> is to get a capital boost of 350 million euros, EFG Eurobank <EFGr.AT> and Alpha Bank <ACBr.AT> 950 million euros each, Piraeus Bank <BOPr.AT> 370 million and ATEbank <AGBr.AT> 675 million.
* HUNGARY: March 25, 2009 -- Agreed to lend OTP Bank <OTPB.BU> and FHB Bank <FHBK.BU> a total of over 520 billion Hungarian forints ($2.24 billion) to boost domestic lending.
* ICELAND: Sept. 29, 2008 -- Agreed to buy a 75 percent stake in Glitnir for 600 million euros.
Oct. 7 -- Takes control of Landsbanki.
Oct. 9 -- Takes control of Kaupthing.
* IRELAND: Jan. 15, 2009 -- Anglo Irish Bank nationalised. Ireland agreed in December to inject an initial 1.5 billion euros of core Tier 1 capital via preference shares for 75 percent of all voting rights in the bank.
Feb. 11 -- Said it would invest 7 billion euros into the country's two main lenders and in return Allied Irish Banks <ALBK.I> and Bank of Ireland <BKIR.I> will increase lending and cut executive pay by 33 percent.
* JAPAN: March 13, 2009 -- To inject 121 billion yen ($1.25 billion) into Sapporo Hokuyo Holdings Inc <8328.T>, Minami-Nippon Bank <8554.FU>, and Fukuho Bank Ltd.
* KAZAKHSTAN: Feb. 2, 2009 -- Will buy 78 percent stake in top bank BTA <BTAS.KZ> and is looking to rescue No.4 bank Alliance Bank <ALLBq.L> by buying a 76 percent stake and putting $200 million deposit in to boost liquidity.
* RUSSIA: Feb. 5, 2009 -- Will spend at least another 400 billion roubles ($12.0 billion) helping banks and is to inject 200 billion roubles into VTB <VTBR.MM>. Sberbank <SBER03.MM>.
Feb. 16 -- One of Russia's top 30 retail banks, St Petersburg-based VEFK, received a 40 billion rouble loan from the state Deposit Insurance Agency.
* SPAIN: March 29 -- The government says Bank of Spain will take over the running of regional savings bank Caja Castilla la Mancha and provide funds to help the bank backed by up to 9 billion euros ($11.9 billion) in government guarantees.
* UAE: Feb. 4, 2009 -- Would inject 16 billion dirhams ($4.4 billion) into five of its banks through capital notes.
March 29 -- First Gulf Bank <FGB.AD> received 4.5 billion dirhams from the Abu Dhabi finance ministry.
-- Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank <ADIB.AD> got a 2.2 billion dirham injection in emergency government deposits and converted it into regulatory capital.
UNITED STATES: Oct. 14, 2008 -- Announces plans to take equity stakes worth up to $250 billion in financial institutions, with half going to Citigroup Inc, JPMorgan Chase <JPM.N>, Morgan Stanley <MS.N>, Goldman Sachs Group <GS.N>, Bank of America Corp, Merrill Lynch & Co, Wells Fargo & Co <WFC.N>, State Street Corp <STT.N>, and Bank of New York Mellon Corp <BK.N>.
Nov. 23 -- Announces rescue package for Citigroup Inc <C.N>, agreeing to shoulder most losses on about $306 billion in risky assets with $20 billion more offered the next day.
Jan. 16, 2009 -- Government gives Bank of America <BAC.N> a $20 billion bailout and a guarantee for about $100 billion of potential losses on toxic assets.