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Eig. u. FDE Spesen

English translation: Own and external fees

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German term or phrase:Eigene und fremde Spesen (AT)
English translation:Own and external fees
Entered by: Kathy O
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22:15 Mar 27, 2007
German to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general)
German term or phrase: Eig. u. FDE Spesen
Aus einer Banküberweisung der OENB (Osterreichische Nationale Bank)
Ich weiss, was Spesen sind, doch mit der Abkürzung Eig. u. FDE habe ich Probleme.

Danke im voraus
Kathy O
Canada
Local time: 13:54
Own and external fees
Explanation:
Hi Kathy, I think this might be "Eigene und fremde Spesen", but it would be a strange use of both abbreviation and the word "Spesen" (unless it's common in Austria instead of "Gebühren" in this context). Not entirely sure about my own translation above either - just wanted to say what I thought abbreviations stood for. Hope this helps, Donal.
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DonM
Ireland
Local time: 18:54
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Thanks Donal
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Own and external fees


Explanation:
Hi Kathy, I think this might be "Eigene und fremde Spesen", but it would be a strange use of both abbreviation and the word "Spesen" (unless it's common in Austria instead of "Gebühren" in this context). Not entirely sure about my own translation above either - just wanted to say what I thought abbreviations stood for. Hope this helps, Donal.

DonM
Ireland
Local time: 18:54
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Thanks Donal

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agree  Cetacea: or "own and outside fees". Like the Swiss, Austrian banks do indeed use "Spesen" for "Gebühren". I see this a lot when I make wire transfers: Own fees: xx, Outside fees: xx.
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agree  Bernhard Sulzer
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Mar 28, 2007 - Changes made by Steffen Walter:
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