London – London-based Deutsche Finance International (DFI) is looking for undervalued assets or companies with earnings potential. Through practical asset management, it aims to add value to a wide range of investor groups. DFI believes that social change is also leading to changes in real estate and investment needs. The companie is an innovative investment advisor, fund developer, co-investment partner and real estate buyer, with a global institutional client base of pension funds, insurance companies, financial institutions and family offices behind her. DFI is acting in close coordination with Munich-based Deutsche Finance Group, an investment management firm specializing in real estate and infrastructure investment.

Ras Al Khaimah – Professor Ulrich Pape from the ESCP Europe Business School in Berlin defines the term „financial investment“ as „long-term oriented acquisition of financial assets“. Financial investments include equity securities (for example, shares) and creditor rights (for example, bonds or loans), according to Pape. Unlike a strategic company participation (Mergers & Acquisitions) financial motives are in the foreground here.While many financial service providers specialize and offer their clients only certain investment offerings, there are also „generalists“ with an almost all-encompassing portfolio. These include consulting, finance, investment, mergers, acquisitions, fund management and asset management services.

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