Bp-Bereich

English translation: ? Basispunkte = Basis points (1/100 percentage point) ?

13:36 Feb 28, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
German term or phrase: Bp-Bereich
The term appears in an article about using non-recourse financing to finance contruction projects. This particular sentence is talking about the reasons banks would want to get involved: "Neben Vorteilen für den öffentlichen AG (keine Kreditaufnahme . . .) bietet dieses Vorgehen auch Vorteile für AN und Banken (vertretbarer Aufwand durch geringen Verwaltungsaufwand und schlankes Vertragswerk; beherrschbare Risiken, . . . , Margen im zweistelligen Bp-Bereich durch Einbindung öffentlicher Fördermittel)."
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Cami Townsend (X)
English translation:? Basispunkte = Basis points (1/100 percentage point) ?
Explanation:
Can't find this abbreviation anywhere in dictionaries or web but it looks good in the context and my banker customers are always talking about their margins in basis points ?
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Dan McCrosky (X)
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na? Basispunkte = Basis points (1/100 percentage point) ?
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? Basispunkte = Basis points (1/100 percentage point) ?


Explanation:
Can't find this abbreviation anywhere in dictionaries or web but it looks good in the context and my banker customers are always talking about their margins in basis points ?

Dan McCrosky (X)
Local time: 23:18
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