Alternative investment funds (AIFs) do not represent undertakings for collective investment in transferable securities (UCITS) as defined in the UCITS Directive. Examples of AIFs include … “Alternative investment funds (AIFs)”
The Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) supervises credit institutions, financial and payment service providers, insurers, pension funds, capital investment companies and securities trading.
The aim … “BaFin”
Buildings for non-manufacturing business and for managing manufacturing business, including office and administration buildings, lodging properties, senior living facilities, commercial properties, leisure properties and industrial … “Commercial property”
Institutional investors are companies and institutions with special assets that need to be managed, including, in particular, open-end real estate funds, insurances and pension funds. … “Institutional investor”
Brief information about public investment funds. Pursuant to Section 166, paragraph 1, of the German Investment Code (KAGB), key investor information should enable the investor … “Key investor information”
Financing with hybrid capital. Mezzanine financing falls somewhere between voting capital and premium debt, with characteristics of both equity and debt financing.
Source: Gabler Wirtschaftslexikon … “Mezzanine financing”
A company dedicated to managing its own assets, acquiring, developing and using land and property-equivalent rights, utilising these for commercial and other purposes, and marketing … “Real estate company”