Thu Jun 23 CEST (in 26 days)
In your timezone (EDT): Wed Jun 22 6:00pm - Wed Jun 22 6:00pm
With the volume of Schuldschein deals expected to reach at least EUR 20bn and likely more in 2022, this private debt instrument of raising finance is fast returning to its pre-pandemic levels. A testament to growing investor enthusiasm is the number of big deals led by Vonovia, which raised a record EUR 1bn at the start of the year.
Although Schuldschein has long enjoyed the reputation of a steady and resilient market, 2022 seems to offer even more exciting opportunities for corporates, investors and deal arranging banks. High market volatility with rising interest rates, the end of QE and investors undersupplied with paper are all underlining the current high demand from both issuers and investors.
At this extremely timely International Schuldschein and Corporate Debt Forum we will also discuss the latest innovations in Schuldschein, ESG-linked transactions, issuer credit quality and investor due-diligence. There has never been a better time to meet with your peers and discuss Schuldschein.
will be built by our editorial and conference production team which will bring global panels built out of prominent and influential speakers including; Arrangers, Issuers, Investors From Germany, United Kingdom, the CEE region and the rest of Europe.
Delegates will hear and learn from key regional players as the Forum sets the agenda for ‘the year ahead’. This is a must attend event for delegates from the region or have an interest in the Schuldschein market.
➤ Global uncertainty, rising interest rates, inflation – why Schuldschein makes sense in today’s volatile markets
➤ Schuldschein vs. alternative products – how to find the best corporate funding?
➤ Key considerations for successful issuance - what type of product should an issuer offer to the market?
➤ New ESG regulations and disclosure. Are we seeing “greenwashing” in ESG-linked deals?
➤ Notable issuances in 2022 – what made them successful?
➤ Moving beyond just funding: key innovations, flexibility and investor characteristics in Schuldschein
• DZ Bank