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Hybrides Kernkapital für Kreditinstitute


  • Böger, Andreas
  • Heidorn, Thomas
  • Waldstein, Philipp


Seit 1998 gewinnt hybrides Kernkapital eine zunehmende Bedeutung im deutschen Markt. Die besondere Form der stillen Beteiligung in Deutschland aber auch die Emission von Perpetuals ermöglichen den Banken eine bessere Strukturierung ihres aufsichtsrechtlichen Eigenkapitals.

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  • Böger, Andreas & Heidorn, Thomas & Waldstein, Philipp, 2000. "Hybrides Kernkapital für Kreditinstitute," Frankfurt School - Working Paper Series 22, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management.
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:fsfmwp:22

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    1. Overbeck, Ludger & Schmidt, Wolfgang M., 2003. "Modeling default dependence with threshold models," Frankfurt School - Working Paper Series 41, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management.


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