The International Securities Identification Number ISIN will eventually replace the German securities identification number. As of 22 April 2003, it will be used for stock exchange transactions. According to reports in the media, many institutes had reported that they would still accept the WKN parallel to the ISIN even after the deadline. The twelve digit ISIN number is made up of 3 elements:
Country code: for Germany DE
National identification number: old securities identification number, with three zeros added to it
EnBW has so far issued four green bonds: A green senior bond with a principal amount of €500 million in October 2018 and two green subordinated bonds with a total principal amount of €1 billion in July 2019. A further green subordinated bond with a volume of € 500 million followed in June 2020. For further information about our green bonds.
Our outstanding bonds comprise senior bonds, subordinated bonds, green bonds and green subordinated bonds. Further information can be found in this overview (by currency, volume, term, maturity, coupon, WKN security code and ISIN).
EnBW International Finance B.V. is a wholly owned subsidiary of EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG. The bonds and Commercial Paper issued by EnBW International Finance B.V. are unconditionally and irrevocably guaranteed by EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, Durlacher Allee 93, 76131 Karlsruhe, The Federal Republic of Germany.