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25.06.2009

New ErfolgsAnleihe from Bank Austria with 3.30 per cent interest in the first year


The new ErfolgsAnleihe with fixed interest of 3.30 per cent for the first year is now available in all Bank Austria branches. After the end of the first year, the interest rate will be adjusted semi-annually to the six-month EURIBOR interbank rate with no deductions, allowing the investor to profit from rising interest rates over a short term of four years. The interest earnings will be paid out every six months. One share is EUR 1,000 and the minimum investment is EUR 3,000.

The nominal invested capital will be repaid at the end of the term. Investors requiring their capital before maturity can sell their ErfolgsAnleihe shares at the current trading price at any time.

Enquiries: Bank Austria Press Office Austria
Alexander Tröbinger, Tel. +43 (0) 50505 - 52809
E-mail: alexander.troebinger@unicreditgroup.at

Issue Data:

Fix-Floater Obligation 2009–2013 Serie 3
ErfolgsAnleihe from UniCredit Bank Austria AG

ISIN: AT000B041736
Term: 4 years (25 June 2009 to 24 June 2013)
Interest rate: 1) 2) 3.30% p.a. from 25 June 2009 to 24 June 2010;
then semi-annual adjustment to the six-month EURIBOR without deductions two business days before the new interest period for the remainder of the four-year term
Interest payout:  on 25 June and 25 December of every year, first payout on 25 December 2009
Denomination: EUR 1,000 (minimum volume EUR 3,000)
Early withdrawal:  at the current trading price
Redemption: full nominal value on 25 June 2013

1) Calculated on the nominal value of 100%.
2) Less 25% capital gains tax (final taxation) for private investors or 25% corporate income tax for commercial investors; please note that the tax treatment depends on the investor’s specific circumstances and that all information is provided on the basis of the current laws, which may change at any time in the future.

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