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EnBW successfully issues two bonds for €500 million each with maturities of 7 and 12 years

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Issue size
Issue size €500/€500 million
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Term to maturity
7/12 years
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Coupon
0.125/0.500%
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Issue price
99.93/99.49%
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Securities identification numbers
ISIN: XS2306986782/XS2306988564
Common code: 230698678/230698856
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Issuer
EnBW International Finance B.V.
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Guarantor
EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG
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Bond ratings
A3 (Moodys), A- (S&P), A- (Fitch)
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First coupon date
1 March 2022
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Denomination
€1,000
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Global coordinators
Citigroup, ING, Morgan Stanley
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Additional joint bookrunners
BayernLB, Commerzbank, HSBC, SEB
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Exchange
Luxembourg

About EnBW

EnBW is one of the largest energy supply companies in Germany and Europe, with a workforce of some 24,000 employees. It supplies electricity, gas and water together with infrastructure and energy-related products and services to around 5.5 million customers. Installed renewable energy capacity will account for 50% of EnBW’s generating portfolio by the end of 2025. This is already having a noticeable impact in terms of reducing CO2 emissions, which EnBW plans to halve by 2030. EnBW aims to attain climate neutrality by 2035. www.enbw.com

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EnBW successfully issues two bonds for €500 million each with maturities of 7 and 12 years