Sparkasse KölnBonn

Sparkasse KölnBonn dates back to a Merger on 1 January 2005 between Stadtsparkasse Köln and Sparkasse Bonn. With total assets of € 26.542 Billion (31 December 2018 uncertified) it ist Germany`s largest public-sector savings bank. For capital market funding purposes, Sparkasse KölnBonn utilizes the entire range of refinancing instruments. Since 1995 the bank has its own counterparty credit Rating from Moody`s and since 1998 ist has ist own Debt issuance Programm. The type, Terms and size of ist issues are geared to the specific requirements of institutional Investors.

Rating
Moody's
Mortgage Pfandbrief
Aaa
Public Pfandbrief
Aaa
short-term liabilities
P-1
long-term liabilities
A3
financial strength
-
Selected key figures
Total assets(1)(2)
Mortgage loan portfolio
Mortgage loan commitments
Residential loans
Commercial loans
Public-sector loan portfolio
Public-sector loan commitments
Total funds outstanding (registered and bearer bonds)
Mortgage Pfandbrief
Public Pfandbrief
Jumbo issues outstanding
Benchmark issues outstanding
Refinancing funds raised
Mortgage Pfandbrief
Public Pfandbrief
Unsecured bonds
Promissory notes
2018 in Mio €
26,542
871
204
132
719
191
42
373
314
47
-
15
62
51
-
11
-
2017 in Mio €
26,079
884
168
117
511
166
139
326
326
47
-
15
37
22
-
15
-
(1)
(2)
issuer
Sparkasse KölnBonn
Sparkasse KölnBonn
Kind of Pfandbrief
HypPfe
HypPfe
Maturity
2024-10-14
2022-06-03
Spread*
-5.0
-5.4
volume outstanding
500,000,000
500,000,000
Cupon
1.125
0.375
ISIN
DE000SK003B9
DE000SK003C7

data as of 2019-12-10

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