Transaktionen und Servicing in der Finanzkrise: Berichte und Referate des Frankfurt School NPL Forums 2008
AbstractThe report describes the current developments of the German market for Non Performing Loans/Distressed Debt as it is influenced by the financial crisis/credit crunch. Furthermore the sale of (small and medium sized) real estate portfolios since summer 2007 is analysed in more detail. --
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Date of creation: 2009
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Non performing loans; distressed debt; portfolio management; workout; outsourcing; servicing; banking and regulation law; bankers duty of secrecy; failing banks; corporate loans; consumer loans; real estate loans;
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- NEP-URE-2009-09-19 (Urban & Real Estate Economics)
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