Investors can access publicly subsidized loan programs in Germany. These programs usually offer loans at below current market value interest rates in combination with attractive grace periods. These loans are provided by so-called development banks: publicly owned and organized banks which exist at the national and state level.
Each financial tool or program offered by such banks is accessible to foreign investors and subject to the same conditions available to investors from Germany.
Investors profit from interest-reduced loans as they are a means of acquiring capital in a cost effective way during the investment phase, thus easing financial long-term planning. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in particular can profit from interest-reduced loans.You can find this fragment in the following contexts: