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Explanation: That's how I would use it in a text. IMO "German" has to be there because only in Germany we have the "Kreditwesengesetz (KWG)". In several other German-speaking countries it sounds different. Furthermore, I wouldn't mind to leave the german term in brackets in order to avoid any possible misunderstandings.
Hope that helps
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German Banking Act
Explanation: The official wording (as provided by Deutsche Bundesbank) is "Banking Act of the Federal Republic of Germany", however, "German Banking Act" is the most frequently used version.