Securities

IBB's own security issues

IBB's own security issues On 31 December 2016, Investitionsbank Berlin (IBB) recorded a refinancing stock on the capital market of around EUR 8.5bn of which around EUR 6.2bn was successfully generated by issuing securities of listed companies.

Debenture bonds

Investitionsbank Berlin is authorised to issue municipal and other debenture bonds and to take up profit participation and subordinated liable capital.

Due to the guarantee from the Federal Land of Berlin covering IBB's liabilities, IBB is not required to issue prospectuses according to the EU's Prospectus Directive or the German Securities Prospectus Act.

Due to the guarantee from the Federal Land of Berlin, IBB's liabilities in Germany and in some European countries have a risk weighting of 0% (according to the German Solvability Ordinance).

Mandatory disclosures regarding securities issued by IBB pursuant to sections 30a and 30e of the German Securities Trading Act are published in the Electronic Federal Gazette.

The securities issued are usually admitted for official trading in the regulated market segment on the Berlin stock exchange.

The listed securities were classified by the ESCB as 'Tier One' assets and can hence be used Europe-wide as securities for open-market operations of the ESCB.

The links on the right show the terms and conditions currently valid for emitting IBB bearer bonds. Due to regulatory changes, these can deviate from earlier terms and conditions which can be requested by sending an e-mail to: .

Contacts

Michael Wolters

Head of Money and Capital Markets

Telephone: 030 / 2125-2200