Hypo RE Declines €23.5 Bln In State Guarantees

Hypo Real Estate, the troubled German state-owned lender, has declined some €23.5 billion ($32.65 billion) in states guarantees to protect it from liquidity risks.

  • 19 Oct 2010
Hypo Real Estate, the troubled German state-owned lender, has declined some €23.5 billion ($32.65 billion) in states guarantees to protect it from liquidity risks. Last month, SoFFin, the German stabilization fund, had expected Hypo RE would need the guarantees for transfer of assets to FMS Wertmanagement, the German ...

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