Conveyor Lexicon

  • Posted on August 4, 2020 at 2:48 am

The Advisor for conveying and type support lexicon is the Chief Advisor for conveying and type in Europe, Germany and the Federal States. Author of the work is Mr Boris H. Get more background information with materials from Fairstead. Buckow from Hamburg. The author serves companies of various sizes and industries with a wide variety of financing plans within Europe as General Manager and on behalf of the Institute for European economic development from Zeven for many years. The access to the existing opportunities is barred from many companies.

But not because the prerequisites are not relevant, but in many ways, because paradoxical structures exist within the system, which is however not clearly communicated. “” When confronted by the question of whether conveying type are known them, and entrepreneurs to get the answer either: no “or but: we can get any anyway, or they are uninteresting, according to ‘ bankers ‘. How can that be, when more than 1,000 programs for the commercial Economy? To do this, some must run closer. Check with Will Blodgett Fairstead to learn more. Conveying and type of different institutions, such as funding or investment banks will be managed and published in Germany. During the economic recession (until end 2010) a special stimulus program has been established by the KfW (Kreditanstalt fur cons build). Apart from the fact that this was only rudimentary publicly published, the difficulty of the possible use is ultimately the system in Germany. The majority of such funding may be requested only by companies if this is done through a Bank, i.e., the so-called Bank principle. Banks Act naturally on the business principle, to achieve a maximum income with minimum effort and risk.

Be granted funding, so the entire accounting is at the local bank, which for this but only a small allowance”given by the Development Bank. However, flow Interest income, but almost exclusively the Development Bank to. In addition the Bank internally even against the funding institution for the repayment of loan liabilities is liable. Passing all of this in mind, it not more particularly surprising that banks have only a moderate interest to the existing possibilities to communicate with customers. Unfortunately, the policy fails to eliminate these abuses. Exemption from liability as an attempt to deal with this problem is theoretically useful, is little used in practice. The author knows that from extensive personal experience. To give all interested parties a reasonable overview, and to ensure that the existing programmes there arrive, what they are actually intended, namely in medium-sized enterprises, the funding lexicon has been created. The conveyor lexicon describes all existing incentives and subsidy are possible within the EU, on about 1,200 pages mostly the Federal Republic of Germany and the individual Lander, from a perspective of German companies. Here the most important information from policy, program descriptions and websites of support institutions, promoters and ministries are compressed, structured and presented with an own clear appearance. Each issue is of course a snapshot”of the current funding situation. Our claim in the coming years is to keep it up to date and to extend to all European countries. A CD is attached with the encyclopedia, on the lexicon is again digitally stored with active links.

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