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English translation: M with relatively less risk to its assets in the US

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19:52 Jan 22, 2004
French to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents / banking law viols
French term or phrase: risques patrimoniaux
"successor risks" - case involves companies, not individuals

La dénonciation de la surévaluation de FGH s’analyse en réalité comme une sorte de police d’assurances : si A est condamnée au pénal aux États-Unis (où reconnaît une responsabilité pénale), le ABC dispose en théorie d’un recours à l’encontre de la M dans le cadre de la procédure pénale française. Toutefois, le ABC ne peut prendre position publiquement sur le caractère frauduleux de cette opération que si les procédures civiles sont transigées aux Etats-Unis (le ABC ne peut en effet prendre des positions contradictoires dans le cadre des procédures civiles en France et aux États Unis).
Par conséquent, la M dont les risques patrimoniaux sont relativement limités aux États-Unis ne peut prendre des positions qui seraient contraire aux intérêts du ABC aussi longtemps que la procédure française est pendante.
Maureen Holm, J.D., LL.M.
United States
Local time: 11:40
English translation:M with relatively less risk to its assets in the US
Explanation:
with= to avoid
whose or the assets of which

I cannot tell you why but they are stating that as a fact; M's assets in the US have a lower risk than M's other assets...in France, I suppose

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Note added at 2004-01-22 20:27:50 (GMT)
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SORRY: That\'s EQUITY

M with relatively less risk to its equity in the US

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Note added at 2004-01-22 21:28:52 (GMT)
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Maureen

You will have to decide from your context what is more at risk here. I would say the assets but it could be the equity also. Hard to tell from the context.
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M with relatively less risk to its assets in the US


Explanation:
with= to avoid
whose or the assets of which

I cannot tell you why but they are stating that as a fact; M's assets in the US have a lower risk than M's other assets...in France, I suppose

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Note added at 2004-01-22 20:27:50 (GMT)
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SORRY: That\'s EQUITY

M with relatively less risk to its equity in the US

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Note added at 2004-01-22 21:28:52 (GMT)
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Maureen

You will have to decide from your context what is more at risk here. I would say the assets but it could be the equity also. Hard to tell from the context.

Jane Lamb-Ruiz
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in PortuguesePortuguese
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agree  lenkl: limited exposure of assets or something along those lines
3 hrs

agree  Giulia Barontini: Financial risk
5 hrs
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