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Julia Jordan

Julia Jordan

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DZ HYP posts stable half-year results for 2019

DZ HYP looks back on a successful first half-year 2019. In an environment characterised by low interest rates, tightened regulatory requirements and intense competition, the Bank originated new business of €5.1 billion, which was in line with the favourable levels of the previous year. DZ HYP's financial performance reflects the successful operating performance in the Real Estate Finance business, but is affected as expected by the costs of ongoing merger work.
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DZ HYP publishes German Pfandbrief Market Report 2019/2020

The history of the German Pfandbrief system stretches right back to 29 August 1769. Germany’s longest-serving financial product is thus celebrating its 250th anniversary. Pfandbriefe issued today differ profoundly from those placed back in 1769. What unites them is their security. This is because the legal basis for the security of Pfandbriefe has been continually adapted and developed. As we approach the end of the current decade, harmonisation of the European covered bond legislation is moving into focus. The bill submitted in 2018 will bring about new amendments to the German Pfandbrief Act, even though these will be limited in a European comparison.
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DZ HYP publishes 2018 Annual Report

DZ HYP looks back on a successful financial year 2018 – the year of its merger. In an environment characterised by low interest rates, high demand for real estate, and intense competition, the Bank succeeded in expanding its cooperation with clients and partners. The volume of new business in DZ HYP’s Commercial Real Estate Investors, Housing Sector, and Retail Customers/Private Investors divisions totalled €11.0 billion (2017: €10.1 billion). Including public-sector lending, the Bank originated new business of €11.9 billion (2017: €10.9 billion) in 2018.
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