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Corporate Bond 2016-2021


Overview of the 1,875 % CA Immo Bond

IssuerCA Immobilien Anlagen Aktiengesellschaft
EmittentenratingBaa2, negative outlook (Moody’s)
EmissionsratingBaa2, negative outlook (Moody’s) (expected)
VolumeEUR 140 Mio.
DenominationEUR 1.000,–
Coupon rate1,875 % p.a. of nominal value
Term5 years to final maturity
Issue price101.382 % of nominal value, includes sales commission in the sum of 1,50 % points
Subscription period7 July – 11 July 2016 (subject to early closure of the offer)
Value date12 July 2016
Redemption12. July 2021 at par
ISINAT0000A1LJH1 

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In connection with the offer only disclosures made in the Prospectus are binding. An investment in debt securities may pose risks, especially the risk of the loss of the entire investment. Investors should therefore receive personal advice before any investment decision, especially regarding their individual income and investment situation, and should consider the risk factors set forth in the Prospectus.