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09.08.2010

New ErfolgsAnleihe with a 2.5 per cent introductory interest rate and capital security

Bank Austria is now offering the Fix-Floater-Anleihe 2010–2016 Serie 8, a new ErfolgsAnleihe for investors who want to invest their money for a manageable term without having to worry. This ErfolgsAnleihe has a six-year term and offers capital security when it is held until the end of the term. The coupon is paid out quarterly on the coupon dates. The introductory interest rate is 2.5 per cent p.a.1  for the first six months, after which interest is adjusted quarterly to the three-month EURIBOR without a premium. The bond is denominated in units of EUR 1,000 with a minimum investment of EUR 3,000. Taxation for the ErfolgsAnleihe amounts to 25 per cent capital gains tax for private investors (final taxation), and 25 per cent corporate income tax on earnings for businesses. The actual tax treatment depends on the investor’s personal circumstances.

Security for your capital and interest
The interest earned by the ErfolgsAnleihe is paid out quarterly on a fixed date. After the first six months, the minimum interest rate is 2.00 per cent p.a.1, and the maximum is 4.5 per cent p.a.1. This ensures that investors have the opportunity to participate in a possible rise in interest rates for the rest of the term. Investors receive 100 per cent of the nominal value of their capital at the end of the term. If investors require their money before maturity, the Fix-Floater-Anleihe 2010–2016 Serie 8 can be sold at the prevailing market price. Bank Austria guarantees the payment of the interest and capital with all of its assets.


Enquiries: Bank Austria Press Office Austria
Tiemon Kiesenhofer, Tel. +43 (0) 50505 - 52819
E-mail: tiemon.kiesenhofer@unicreditgroup.at

Details on the bond issue:

Fix-Floater-Anleihe 2010–2016 Serie 8

ISIN: AT000B041892
Sale: Continuous issue since 4 August 2010 covered by the basic prospectus for UniCredit Bank Austria AG’s programme for the issue of non-dividend securities with a capital guarantee as defined by § 1 paragraph 4 item 4b Capital Market Act (KMG)
Volume: Up to EUR 50 million
Denomination: EUR 1,000 (minimum investment of EUR 3,000)
Term:  6 years (6.8.2010 to 6.8.2016)
Coupon: First 6 months 2.50% p.a.1 fixed interest (360 days according to the calendar), coupon due on 6.11.2010 and 6.2.2011.
The subsequent 6 months and years 2 through 6
3-month EURIBOR, quarterly adjustment (360 days according to the calendar); minimum of 2.00% p.a.1, maximum of 4.50% p.a.1; first coupon on 6 May 2011
Interest payout: On 6.2, 6.5, 6.8 and 6.11 of each year for the preceding interest period
Redemption:  On 6 August 2016 at 100%
Cancellation:  Not possible
Stock exchange listing: Listing on the third market of the Vienna Stock Exchange planned



1 Based on the nominal value of 100 per cent.

Disclaimer:
The information in this publication is not an investment recommendation and is not intended as investment advice. In particular, it is not an offer or invitation to buy or sell the bond described herein. It is intended solely as introductory information and is not a substitute for advice provided on the basis of the investor’s individual circumstances and knowledge. Every capital investment involves a certain degree of risk.
Your personal advisor can provide you with additional information about the Fix-Floater-Anleihe 2010–2016 Serie 8. This information is not a prospectus as defined by the Austrian Capital Market Act (Kapitalmarktgesetz). The only legally binding and definitive information is that which is provided in the published final terms and conditions of the basic prospectus from 10 February 2010 including all amendments and supplements. The final terms and conditions, the basic prospectus and the supplementary prospectus have been published and are available at erfolgsanleihe.bankaustria.at, at UniCredit Bank Austria AG, Schottengasse 6–8, A-1010 Vienna, and in UniCredit Bank Austria AG’s branches.

 

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