Thursday, February 23, 2006

HVB daughter gets US help to merge with Unicredito

Many in Germany would not want to be associated with hedge and equity funds. But truth be told - those - like Hudson Advisors helped make HRE - the Hypovereinsbank Real Estate Bank a just attractive enough daughter for the - by Rampl enthusiastically praised - merger between the traditional Bavarian bank and the Lombardian Unicredito.

Hudson Advisors Munich bought lump sums of loans in default, which had been - enthusiastically - sold to long-term clients of the HVB. During the time when the physically monstrous Kohl reigned over German reunification, many were led to believe there were huge masses of profits in Saxon real estate. Including experienced management of the HVB.

More Real Estate on Translationfound:
Arab real estate fond at Unicredito's HRE | Opportunity Cost | UniCredito's HRE | Allodial unique to U.S. real estate law | REITS vs offene Fonds | Seneca on foreclosure

See also current post on

Gisela Strauss
Translator, Munich
Übersetzerin, München



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