Hamburger Sparkasse AG

Hamburger Sparkasse AG, also known as Haspa, is with a balance sheet total of approximately €55,2 billion the leading retail bank for private and corporate SME clients from the Hamburg metropolitan area and Germany´s largest savings bank . It offers a wide range of financial services to private and corporate clients in the greater Hamburg economic area which comprises of more than 3 million inhabitants. In order to provide for an adequate refinancing of our mortgage business, Haspa permanently issues mortgage covered bonds on the capital market since April 2006. We mainly issue plain vanilla and structured registered mortgage covered bonds to our well known institutional clients, since 2016 also in the benchmark segment.

Rating
Moody's
Mortgage Pfandbrief
AAA
Public Pfandbrief
-
short-term liabilities
-
long-term liabilities
-
financial strength
-
Selected key figures
Total assets
Mortgage loan portfolio
Residential loans
Commercial loans
of which cross-border
Mortgage loan commitments
Residential loans
Commercial loans
of which cross-border
Public-sector loan portfolio
of which cross-border
Public-sector loan commitments
of which cross-border
Total funds outstanding (registered and bearer bonds)
Mortgage Pfandbrief
Public Pfandbrief
Unsecured bonds
Jumbo issues outstanding
Benchmark issues outstanding
Refinancing funds raised
Mortgage Pfandbrief
Public Pfandbrief
Unsecured bonds
Promissory notes
Subordinated liabilities
2020 in Mio €
55,157
27,880
17,991
9,890
-
-
-
-
-
733
-
-
-
8,338
5,618
-
2,720
-
2,000
997
763
-
136
20
78
2019 in Mio €
46,581
26,986
18,009
8,977
-
-
-
-
-
355
-
-
-
8,664
5,419
-
3,245
-
1,500
438
215
-
223
-
-
issuer
Hamburger Sparkasse AG
Hamburger Sparkasse AG
Hamburger Sparkasse AG
Kind of Pfandbrief
HypPfe
HypPfe
HypPfe
Maturity
2024-05-23
2023-06-12
2028-02-11
Spread*
-0.7
-1.8
0.4
volume outstanding
500,000,000
500,000,000
500,000,000
Cupon
0.375
0.200
0.010
ISIN
DE000A2DAFL4
DE000A2LQQ01
DE000A254YU1

data as of 2021-09-28

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