- Placement volume of EUR 550 million
- Order book closed prematurely due to strong demand
- Pricing at the lower end of the subscription range
HAMBURG/KIEL HSH Nordbank has successfully completed a Schuldschein (promissory note) transaction for HGV Hamburger Gesellschaft für Vermögens- und Beteiligungs-management mbH, guaranteed by the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. As joint lead arranger, HSH Nordbank placed the Schuldschein with a maturity from three to ten years for a total volume of EUR 550 million. Due to the strong demand the amount was increased from the original EUR 500 million to EUR 550 million. The Schuldschein was placed with a wide circle of institutional investors. The syndicate was particularly successful in generating high demand among savings banks and insurance companies. Pricing was at the lower end of the subscription range.
“With this deal we have once again underscored our expertise in arranging and placing Schuldschein transactions. We are increasingly finding that clients wish to extend and diversify their sources of funding. In this context Schuldschein transactions are of growing importance, ” says Torsten Temp, the member of HSH Nordbank’s Management Board responsible for corporate and private clients.
HSH Nordbank offers its clients a range of products and services for all types of lending tailored to their specific needs. Another main focus is on capital market-related products, which includes the arrangement of Schuldschein transactions.