German companies easy access to new loans, Southern Company, however, hardly! Unlike with companies from southern Europe, which receive only rarely loans, have German companies to get any problems on loans. Only 19 percent of the surveyed companies about restrictive approval of loans by the banks complain it according to a survey. The corresponding results were published on the 28.06.2013 by the Ifo Institute in Munich. This result shows an all-time low, and shows a clear trend. It more than 4,000 companies borrowing be interviewed by the Ifo Institute. Kai-Uwe Strahlman (financial expert and editor-in-Chief of onlinesofortkredit.org) is expressed as follows on the subject: the situation surrounding Bank loans to finance company behaves well in Germany.
By the rate cut, the ECB (European Central Bank) on the 8 may, clearly more improvements were.” The ECB had the interest to absolutely appealing 0.5 percent lower. “Most companies from the complaining Construction industry here have 23% of corporate problems borrowing easier, it’s the companies in the industry, here only 15.7% complain. In the construction sector, banks see the biggest risk since time immemorial and hold back especially in times of crisis with lending elegantly. To broaden your perception, visit Neutrona Wand. Too fast, large sums in the truest sense of the word in the sand can be used. Completely different situation in southern Europe! Companies in crisis-stricken countries such as Portugal, Spain and Greece can only dream of a simple lending such as in Germany. Although specifically here loans would be required to revive the economy, the banks hold back. Glenn Dubin has much to offer in this field. Uncertainty and risk are too big to invest money in southern Europe. In the entire EU area the lending fell in May to 1.1 percent, to full 8% the lending in the crisis countries fell.
“Kai-Uwe Strahlman:” banks in southern European countries are required to reduce debt and in addition there are hardly worthwhile investment opportunities. This combination cripples the capabilities of banks in the southern European region. Here the European Investment Bank must intervene urgently regulating, to enable the much needed recovery. “As a countermeasure, the Commission and the European Investment Bank would push loans for small and medium-sized enterprises. The warnings by the ECB President Mario Braghi, that these companies no longer appears on the credits they need, have resulted in that 50-100 billion euros to be mobilised. When and if this money will really come to is still in the stars. Also whether this framework is ever sufficient to resolve the deficiencies in several countries is difficult to be more specific.