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Work-out und Servicing von notleidenden Krediten: Berichte und Referate des HfB-NPL Servicing Forums 2006

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  • Schalast, Christoph
  • Ockens, Klaas
  • Jobe, Clemens J.
  • Safran, Robert

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The report deals with the current questions relating to the work-out, outsourcing and servicing of non-performing-loans. After a brief market description the paper addresses the specific problems, which arise when servicing real estate and corporate loans. Within these framework issues, which include banking secrecy rules, the risk of civil liability for banks in respect to non-performing-loans, banking regulation law, are explained and practical suggestions for a proposed line of action are made. The main objective is to identify the basic lines taken in the discussion so far and to define different approaches to the topic for the purposes of research and legal practice. --

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Paper provided by Frankfurt School of Finance and Management in its series Frankfurt School - Working Paper Series with number 76.

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Keywords: Non-performing-loans; distressed debt; portfolio-management; work-out; outsourcing; servicing; banking regulation law; banker´s duty of secrecy; civil liability risks; corporate loans; real estate loans;

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