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Offshore Investments Scenario of Germany: Investments Analytics; is an exhaustive research report outlaying important statistics on Germany’s Retail Investment market. The report provides year on year statistics on Offshore Investments in Mutual Fund, Deposits, Equities and Bonds by retail and non-retail banks segmented by residents and non-residents
Verdict Financial in its report "Offshore Investments Scenario of Germany: Investments Analytics" has considered all forms of Offshore Investments held by its residents and non-residents of retail and non-retail banks including deposits, equities, bonds, and mutual funds. However, does not include life and pensions, unquoted equity, or direct property investments.
"Offshore Investments Scenario of Germany: Investments Analytics" is being built after extensive market research by Verdict Financial. The report acts as an essential tool for companies active across the German Investments market and for new players considering entering the market. The comprehensive statistics within the report provides insight into the operating environment of Offshore Investment market in Germany and also ensures right business decision making based on historical trends.
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"Offshore Investments Scenario of Germany: Investments Analytics" provides exhaustive statistics on Offshore Investments done in Germany by its residents and non-residents. Below are the categories that are covered under the Offshore Investments market:
- Mutual Funds
- Mutual Funds
Reasons To Buy
- Allows you to analyze, in detail, the retail and non-retail investments market in Germany for the period 2006 to 2014.
- Enhances your knowledge on various investment types in Germany by residents and non-residents.
- Helps the reader understand the market better with category wise investments including mutual funds, deposits, equities and bonds.