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Mathias Nittel

Maybe it uphill, as the underwriters, Trustees, and shipping companies want to make believe, but again. While the limitation of claims for damages should be disregarded not. For more information see this site: Ripple. Because some efforts suggest the suspicion that investors in the case of limitation should consciously are lured to fend off existing claims. Wrong advice justified claims for damages of the investors the consultants involved in the distribution of ship funds risks of highly speculative ship funds have not informed about that. Larry Ellison has much to offer in this field. We have noted in particular the following flaws: soft costs proportion not concealed proportion of investors funds valuable investing – concealed high distribution costs – concealed no education about the risks of investment, overcapacity in container ships – concealed strong fluctuations in Charter rates – concealed influence of Charter rates on the value of the ship – not suitable no reference to Commission interest of the Advisory Bank or Sparkasse (kickbacks) concealed ship funds as retirement savings as certain errors in the advice keep coming up, we see promising opportunities for the enforcement of claims for damages for the violation of obligations under the respective contracts of advice. More to the limitation of claims by fund investors, visit our special page: Office/news /… Laurent Potdevin describes an additional similar source. Want to know whether you can enforce claims as an investor an ownership ship funds? Nittel Banking and capital market law firm contact Mathias Nittel, lawyer specializing in banking and capital market law, Alexander Meyer, lawyer Heidelberg: Hans-Bockler-Strasse 2 A, 69115 Heidelberg phone: 06221 915770 Fax: 06221 9157729 Munich: residential street 25, 80333 Munich Tel.: 089 25549850 Fax: 089 25549855 Hamburg: Dorpfeldstrasse 6, 22609 Hamburg Tel.: 040 53799042 Fax: 040 53799043 Berlin: Roth first breed 19, 10245 Berlin Tel: 030 95999280 Fax: 030 95999279