Deutsche Pfandbriefbank

Deutsche Pfandbriefbank is the parent company of Deutsche Pfandbriefbank Group. Through its subsidiaries, Co. is engaged as a bank for real estate finance and public investment finance. Co. structures medium to large financing transactions for real estate investors in office, retail, residential and logistics properties. Co. finances public sector investment in infrastructure projects such as public housing, utilities and waste disposal, health care and nursing care properties, as well as child care and educational facilities. Co. also provides government-backed export finance. Co. operates in Germany, the U.K., France, the Nordic countries as well as Central and Eastern European countries.
  • Ticker801900
  • ISINDE0008019001
  • SectorBanks
  • CountryGermany

Analysts

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Int'l Insights: Developed Markets Leadership Chart Book

Europe in focus The U.S. dollar continues to grind marginally higher, and EM equities have suffered as a result. Meanwhile, RS for the MSCI EAFE index is bottoming when compared to the MSCI EM index, largely due to outperformance in Europe. With developed int'l markets beginning to outperform emerging markets, we recommend adding exposure to the developed int'l space. Below we highlight attractive and actionable themes within developed int'l: • Europe & Japan: Though this is an all-encompassing bottoms-up chart book for developed ex-U.S., make no mistake, the vast majority of today's buy rec...

Dave Nicoski ...
  • Ross LaDuke

Int'l Insights: Developed Markets Leadership Chart Book

Europe in focus The U.S. dollar continues to grind marginally higher, and EM equities have suffered as a result. Meanwhile, RS for the MSCI EAFE index is bottoming when compared to the MSCI EM index, largely due to outperformance in Europe. With developed int'l markets beginning to outperform emerging markets, we recommend adding exposure to the developed int'l space. Below we highlight attractive and actionable themes within developed int'l: • Europe & Japan: Though this is an all-encompassing bottoms-up chart book for developed ex-U.S., make no mistake, the vast majority of today's buy rec...

ResearchPool Subscriptions

Get the most out of your insights

Get in touch