Published at: 2016-03-04 14:17 | Author: CIJ Journal
Peter Szamely (Hypo NOE Gruppe Bank) says rational pricing could keep Romanian investments hopping for some time to come
You’re a smaller bank, so what size deals are you looking for ideally?

For us, an important lending criteria is that the risk and the return must be in balance. Because of the turbulence due to Hypo Alpe Adria, the funding costs of those Austrian banks that are refinancing themselves on the capital markets went up when for the rest of the world, these costs generally went down. That’s a competitive disadvantage. It means we have to look at markets or deals where we can still maintain a healt...

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