UniCredit Bank Austria: The new HVB Cap Anleihe on the “S&P Global Water Index”

  • The new Anleihe with minimum repayment of 95 percent is based on the “S&P Global Water Index”
  • It offers the opportunity to participate in a positive performance of the index up to a maximum repayment amount of 140 percent¹ of the nominal value
  • Minimum repayment of 95 percent of the nominal value by the issuer at the end of the term
  • The capital is invested for a total of eight years, during which time the bond can be sold under normal market conditions at its current price

VIENNA 26-Sep-2017 — /EuropaWire/ — The “S&P Global Water Index” forms the basis for the performance of the HVB Cap Anleihe 11/2025. The index is calculated in Euro and includes 50 of the world’s leading multinational companies in the sectors water supply and water infrastructure as well as water treatment and water accessory. The bond provides minimum repayment of 95 percent of the nominal value by the issuer at the end of term.

Christian Noisternig, Area Head Private Customers, Small Business and Independent Professions at UniCredit Bank Austria, emphasises: “With our new Cap Anleihe on the ‘S&P Global Water Index’ we offer investors the chance to benefit from interesting investment opportunities in the promising sector of water supply and water treatment on a diversified basis in these times of low interest rates. The Cap Anleihe also offers minimum repayment of 95 percent on maturity and will therefore be certainly welcomed by security-oriented investors.”

The new Cap Anleihe offers interesting investment opportunities in the medium-term maturity segment. When valuating performance, two average values are set. For this purpose on 13 observation dates at the beginning of the term (first observation period) and 13 observation dates at the end of the term (second observation period) the respective closing rates (reference prices) of the index will be determined. Two average values are formed: The average of the 13 reference prices at the beginning of the term will be compared to the average of the 13 reference prices at the end of the term. The performance of the index is calculated from these two average values taking into account the participation factor of 80 percent.

If the performance of the index (taking into account the participation factor of 80 percent) is greater than or equal to five percent at the end of the term, investors receive the nominal amount of EUR 1,000 plus the calculated positive performance, multiplied by the nominal amount per bond, up to the maximum of the cap (upper limit) on 14 November 2025, the defined repayment date. This means that the maximum redemption amount at the end of the term is EUR 1,400 per bond , the minimum redemption amount is EUR 950.

If the performance of the index (taking into account the participation factor of 80 percent) falls below minus five percent at the end of the term, the investor is repaid at the amount of the minimum repayment of EUR 950 per bond.

The capital is invested for a total of eight years, during which time the bond can be sold under normal market conditions at its current price. The applied “S&P Global Water Index” is calculated in Euro, the index sponsor and calculation agent is S&P Dow Jones Indices LLC.

The issue in detail:
HVB Cap Anleihe bond with minimum repayment of 95 percent 11/2025 based on the S&P Global Water (Price) Index (EUR):

ISIN: DE000HVB2266
Issuer: UniCredit Bank AG (formerly Bayrische Hypo- und Vereinsbank AG)
Underlying instrument: S&P Global Water (Price) Index (EUR)
Start of offer: 25 September 2017 to 10 November 2017 (2:00 pm), subject to early closure
Redemption: 14 November 2025
Issue price: 104% (incl. 4% front-end load from UniCredit Bank Austria AG)
Denomination: EUR 1,000
Observation dates (I): 10 November 2017 (1), 11 December 2017 (2), 10 January 2018 (3), 12 February 2018 (4), 12 March 2018 (5), 10 April 2018 (6), 10 May 2018 (7), 11 June 2018 (8), 10 July 2018 (9), 10 August2018 (10), 10 September 2018 (11), 10 October 2018 (12), 13 November 2018 (13)
Observation dates (II): 7 November 2024 (1), 9 December 2024 (2), 7 January 2025 (3), 7 February 2025 (4), 7 March 2025 (5), 7 April 2025 (6), 7 May 2025 (7), 9 June 2025 (8), 7 July 2025 (9), 7 August 2025 (10), 8 September 2025 (11), 7 October 2025 (12), 7 November 2025 (13)
Participation factor: 80%
Cap (upper limit): 140% in relation to the nominal value
Max. redemption amount: EUR 1,400 (before deduction of 27.5 percent KESt
Min. redemption amount: EUR 950 per bond
Stock market listing: Expected to be from 14 November 2017, Frankfurt (Open Market), Stuttgart (Open Market)
Fees and charges: Custodial fee: annually 0.235% + 20% VAT on the market value, at least EUR 3.92 annually + 20% VAT per securities position; but at least EUR 26.28 + 20% VAT per securities account.
Selling fees: 0.9% of the sale value, but at least EUR 86

Enquiries: UniCredit Bank Austria Media Relations
Matthias Raftl, Tel.: +43 (0) 5 05 05-52809;
E-mail: matthias.raftl@unicreditgroup.at

Disclaimer:
This information regarding the HVB Cap Anleihe bond with minimum repayment of 95 percent 11/2025 based on the “S&P Global Water (Price) Index (EUR)” is provided solely for advertising purposes and does not constitute investment advice, an investment recommendation, a product recommendation, or an offer or solicitation to buy or sell this bond, or a solicitation to make an offer. It is intended solely as introductory information and is not a substitute for advice provided on the basis of the investor’s individual circumstances and knowledge. Every capital investment involves a certain degree of risk. The value of the investment and the amount of investment income may be subject to sudden and significant fluctuations during the term of investment, and for this reason they cannot be guaranteed. It is possible that the investor may not recover the entire amount of the initial investment.

1 Before deduction of 27.5 per cent KESt

SOURCE: UniCredit Bank Austria AG

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