Our booth at the 15th Structured Finance was a great success! Many thanks to all visitors and the good conversations that we were allowed to have with you. We were very happy to get in contact with so many investors and borrowers. In exciting and intensive discussions, we have made many new contacts and have been able to take new impulses and ideas with us.
Following its initial transaction in April 2013, which was followed up by a second in May 2017, the leading consulting and IT group was this time able to take advantage, not just of the favourable market conditions, but also and above all of the vastly heightened interest on the part of investors and of the company’s good credit rating.
For the second time, the Mainz-based technology group SCHOTT AG has self-arranged a Schuldschein without an arranging bank via the DEBTVISION platform.
With a volume of one billion euros, Porsche AG has issued the largest green Schuldschein ever. As part of its digitization strategy, Porsche has also accompanied the marketing via the digital platform “Debtvision”.
Dürr AG has issued a new type of sustainable Schuldschein, which was also marketed via the digital platform DEBTVISION. The transaction was arranged jointly by LBBW and ING and has a volume of EUR 200 million.
Christoph Steinbrich, Managing Director of DEBTVISION GmbH, was a guest at FINANCE-TV in Frankfurt am Main on the occasion of the first anniversary of the founding of DEBTVISION GmbH.
DEBTVISION GmbH hereby confirms the successful program release according to OPDV 1/2015 for the IT application DEBTVISION. More information can be found here.
Württembergische Lebensversicherung AG was the first investor to subscribe to a Schuldschein from the public sector via the new digital marketplace DEBTVISION. The borrower is a large local authority with an excellent reputation in the Schuldschein market.
Baden-Württemberg was the first federal state to place a Schuldschein for follow-up financing via a digital platform. The Schuldschein placed via DEBTVISION has a term of 30 years.
The special glass manufacturer Schott has again placed a Schuldschein for the first time in ten years. This time the Mainz-based company used DEBTVISION, a digital platform. “It was important for us to take a bank-independent approach,” explains Dieter Worf, Head of Treasury at Schott.
SCHOTT AG, Mainz, has placed a Schuldschein for the first time via a digital platform. The leading international technology group has chosen DEBTVISION GmbH, Stuttgart, as its partner.
This article by Global Capital provides a good overview of the existing digital Schuldschein platforms in 2018. Read more on how DEBTVISION is perceived by the international press.
DEBTVISION can look back on a successful founding year in establishing a track record of exclusive and parallel marketed transactions. To date, 11 borrowers from various sectors in Germany, Austria and Switzerland have been onboarded on the platform.
DEBTVISION Annual Review 2018 For DEBTVISION a successful founding year 2018 comes to an end. Managing Director Christoph Steinbrich summarises the highlights and thanks you, dear platform users and interested parties, for the valuable discussions, the support and the very good cooperation. We wish you all a Happy New Year 2019.
DEBTVISION at the 14th Structured Finance DEBTVISION was part of the 14th Structured Finance from 21st to 22nd November 2018 in Stuttgart. Christoph Steinbrich, Managing Director, and Carmen Schönewolf, Markets Manager, spoke with customers and partners. They also took the opportunity to explain DEBTVISION’s special platform approach and business model.
“We like to test this new approach because we want to make our refinancing more efficient and even more attractive for investors with the help of modern technology. We are therefore following this development with great attention,” says Frank Czichowski, Head of Financial Markets and Treasurer at KfW.
KfW was the first financial institution to successfully test the new digital marketplace DEBTVISION for refinancing. The development bank concluded a Schuldschein loan with a term of ten years and a volume of EUR 50 million with LBBW, the lender being Wüstenrot Bausparkasse.
DEBTVISION successfully implements first EUR 58 million Schuldschein transaction with exclusive marketing on the digital marketplace with borrower BayWa AG and a double-digit number of investors.
Landesbank Baden-Württemberg (LBBW) and the Stuttgart Stock Exchange have jointly founded Debtvision. The aim is to create a platform through which companies can independently market their Schuldschein issues.
Landesbank Baden-Württemberg and the Börse Stuttgart have founded a digital platform for Schuldscheine. The joint subsidiary DEBTVISION will bring companies together with institutional investors and automate the marketing of Schuldscheine.