Condition contribution

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Condition contribution is a success variable from the market interest method . It evaluates the interest rate of an individual interest rate transaction (lending to a customer, deposit from a customer) against the rate of an alternative money and capital market transaction with the same term and payment structure. The difference between the two interest rates is referred to as the condition margin , the present value as the condition contribution present value .

Since the condition contribution regards an isolated, "small" business, it is suitable as a control instrument for those who do such business.