US investors use NSVs to lend to Germans
Institutional investors from the US have been lending to German borrowers using the Namensschuldverschreibungen (NSV) — a non-callable registered instrument that is, unlike the Schuldschein, non-cancellable after 10 years. But some are sceptical of their involvement in the market, as they are of US lenders participating in the Schuldschein market.
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