The Schuldschein is a loan agreement under German law. It is not listed on a stock exchange. Maturities are typically between 10 and 30 years. Nominal amounts can vary from 10 up to 300 million euros.
A Schuldschein is directed to (German) institutional investors. An advantage for German investors is that it is exempted by German law from the obligation to book the loan at market value (mark-to-market).
Interested in our outstanding Schuldscheins? You find a comprehensive list in our current maturities overview.