hefboom- en inteereffect

12:40 Nov 30, 2009
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Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Business/Commerce (general) / Insurance
Dutch term or phrase: hefboom- en inteereffect
In bovenstaand voorbeeld gaat het om twee uitkeringsverrekeningen.
Kostencompensatie bedrag.
Verrekening van hefboom- en inteereffect.

Nog niet duidelijk of hefboom en inteer op al afgevoerde polissen verrekend moet kunnen worden.
Ashok Bagri
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3 -1Leverage and inter-effect
Dr Lofthouse
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Leverage and inter-effect


Explanation:
there appear to be intra-and inter-company leverage effects

http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a908981723~...



Dr Lofthouse
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disagree  solejnicz: No, "inteer" and "interen" have completely different meanings in Dutch.
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"Inteer-effecten" has been asked earlier, see below. I hope this can help.

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Note added at 19 uren (2009-12-01 08:33:41 GMT)
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I think this should indeed be something like "effects of leverage and capital erosion".


    Reference: http://www.proz.com/kudoz/dutch_to_english/insurance/3032824...
solejnicz
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agree  Gone Native: yes
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agree  Chris Hopley
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agree  Olly Pekelharing
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agree  David Walker (X)
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