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Renate Prinz in FinExtra: “Non-Performing Loans are now subject to regulation: What it means.”

By on March 5, 2024
Posted In NPL
Let’s revisit the aftermath of the 2007-2008 financial crisis. Credit institutions faced a pressing challenge: unloading their massive non-performing loan (NPL) portfolios. Our legal team consistently assisted these institutions, clarifying possibilities, limitations, and crucially, what purchasers could not achieve. Surprisingly, the NPL market remained unregulated until now. Renate Prinz provides an overview on the new regulation on Non-Performing Loans in FinExtra and answers the following questions:

  • What are NPLs?
  • What is the NPL Directive?
  • What are the credit servicer obligations?
  • What are the NPL purchaser obligations?
  • How is the regulation handled?
  • How will new regulation change the NPL environment?

Read the full article here.

Renate Prinz
Renate Prinz focusses her practice on corporate law, national and international mergers, and acquisitions (M&A) and corporate reorganizations. She also advises at the interface with financial regulatory aspects, especially in connection with corporate transactions and/or licensing issues. Renate is experienced in advising national and foreign investment companies, credit, and financial services institutions on all aspects of German and European financial supervisory law. She furthermore has extensive experience in acting for clients in the industrial, retail, and public sectors. Furthermore, Renate publishes in corporate and financial supervisory law on a regular basis.