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Fondsanteile in Einzelregister einbuchen


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13:36 Sep 17, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
German term or phrase: Fondsanteile in Einzelregister einbuchen
This is part of a sentence that appears in a financial document. Does Fondsanteile mean capital share here?

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4to enter shares into individual registerHarald Rebling
3to [book][post] fund units into an individual ledger
Ralf Lemster



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to enter shares into individual register

(Fin) share
(GB) unit

Harald Rebling
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to [book][post] fund units into an individual ledger

Given that the source text is German, my assumption is that this refers to a German "Sondervermögen" (only the relatively new breed of exchange-traded funds [ETFs] are organised as a company limited by shares).
However, I would need more context to determine (1) whether it should be "units" or "certificates" and (2) what the "Einzelregister" refers to ("ledger" in an accounting context, or perhaps "[sub-]position" from a risk management point of view).

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Ralf Lemster
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