The Slovene investor can insure against various non-commercial risks:
- Funds invested into a company, other legal entity or business unit in the host country of the investment.
- Funds invested into financial institutions in a foreign country on behalf of companies, other legal entities or business units in a foreign country.
- Other investments expressed in monetary value, which are the investors' contribution to investment projects and are in the form of tangible and intangible property, especially equipment and rights, such as: patents, licenses, know-how, and brand names.
Insurance of shareholders' loans
The parent company can insure its loans to affiliates against non-commercial risks.
Insurance of non-shareholders' loans
Banks can insure loans to affiliated companies of Slovene corporations in foreign countries against both commercial and non-commercial risks.
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