Debt issuance programme

Debt Issuance Programme

The debt issuance programme (DIP or Euro Mid-Term Note programme, EMTN) is a flexible means for issuing Euro bonds. Volumes, currencies, and maturities of outstanding bonds depend on Uniper's financial requirements.

Issuer Uniper SE
Programme amount EUR 2,000,000,000
Arranger Deutsche Bank AG
Dealer Barclays Bank plc, Deutsche Bank AG, ING Bank N.V.
Issuance Public, syndicated and private placements
Paying Agent Deutsche Bank AG

 

Prospectus

The current, complete and legally-binding version of the Debt Issuance Program (DIP) prospectus can be found below and on the website of the Bourse de Luxembourg (www.bourse.lu).


 

Documents incorporated by reference

All documents that have been incorporated by reference into the Prospectus are avaible from section Reports


 

Bond Overview

The following table shows an overview of all public bonds issued by Uniper SE. Here you can find the most important key data like maturity, coupon or international security identifying number (ISIN). All of the bonds displayed here have been issued under Uniper's Debt Issuance Program.

NB: Please contact your local bank for all questions concerning the terms of our bonds. For legal reasons we are not permitted to provide any additional information.

Currency Volume in original currency (in million) Term in years Maturity Coupon (%) Security Codes* Rating Final Terms (PDF)
Euro 500 2 years 8 Dec 2018 0.125 ISIN: XS1529854280
CC: 152985428
WKN: A2BPEB
BBB-**

 

* Securities codes are abbreviated as follows: ISIN (International Securities Identification Number), CC (Common Code) and WKN (Wertpapierkennnummer)

** S&P assigned a Local Currency Long-Term rating on 07 Dec 2016 to the senior unsecured issue. Standard & Poor’s Credit Market Services Europe Limited (Zweigniederlassung Deutschland) is established in the European Union and is registered under Regulation (EC) No 1060/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 September 2009 on credit rating agencies, amended by Regulation (EC) No 513/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 May 2011.