ISIN Issuer Initial Date
of Issuance
Maturity Date Face value1 Coupon Syn. Listed Tapped Mat.2 EEA3 LCR4
XS1755086607 The Bank of Nova Scotia 22/01/2018 22/01/2025 EUR 1,000,000,000 Fixed Yes Yes No SB No 2A
FR0013310059 Credit Agricole Home Loan... 19/01/2018 19/02/2026 EUR 1,250,000,000 Fixed Yes Yes No SB Yes 1
FR0013310240 SG SFH 19/01/2018 19/01/2028 EUR 750,000,000 Fixed Yes Yes No SB Yes 1
IT0005319949 Crédit Agricole Cariparma... 15/01/2018 15/01/2038 EUR 500,000,000 Fixed Yes Yes No SB Yes 1
DE000A2GSLB8 Deutsche Pfandbriefbank A... 15/01/2018 24/01/2028 EUR 10,000,000 Fixed No Yes No HB Yes N/A
FR0013309549 Compagnie de Financement ... 11/01/2018 11/01/2028 EUR 1,000,000,000 Fixed Yes Yes No HB Yes N/A
XS1747955174 Stadshypotek AB (publ) 11/01/2018 11/01/2023 EUR * 732,617,247 Floating Yes Yes No HB Yes 1
XS1748479919 Santander UK plc 10/01/2018 10/01/2025 EUR 1,000,000,000 Fixed Yes Yes No SB Yes 1
XS1746882734 Lloyds Bank plc 10/01/2018 10/01/2021 EUR * 1,408,879,322 Floating Yes Yes No SB Yes N/A
XS1747445481 The Bank of Nova Scotia 10/01/2018 10/01/2023 EUR * 619,906,902 Floating Yes Yes No SB No 2A
XS1747670922 ABN AMRO Bank N.V. 03/01/2018 10/01/2033 EUR 2,000,000,000 Fixed Yes Yes No SB Yes 1
XS1739819024 DNB Boligkreditt AS 22/12/2017 22/12/2042 EUR 25,000,000 Fixed No Yes No SB Yes N/A
DE000HV2APV5 UniCredit Bank AG 22/12/2017 30/12/2021 EUR 20,000,000 Fixed No Yes No HB Yes N/A
SE0010599050 Länsförsäkringar Hypotek ... 19/12/2017 28/12/2029 EUR * 63,999,675 Fixed No Yes Yes HB Yes No
FR0013304318 SG SFH 19/12/2017 19/12/2018 EUR 1,000,000,000 Fixed No Yes No SB Yes 1
FR0013304417 SG SFH 19/12/2017 19/12/2019 EUR 500,000,000 Fixed No Yes No SB Yes 1
FR0013304383 SG SFH 19/12/2017 19/12/2020 EUR 500,000,000 Fixed No Yes No SB Yes 1
FR0013304300 SG SFH 19/12/2017 19/12/2023 EUR 500,000,000 Fixed No Yes No SB Yes 1
FR0013304565 SG SFH 19/12/2017 19/12/2024 EUR 500,000,000 Fixed No Yes No SB Yes 1
FR0013304359 SG SFH 19/12/2017 19/12/2025 EUR 500,000,000 Fixed No Yes No SB Yes 1
FR0013304334 SG SFH 19/12/2017 19/12/2028 EUR 1,000,000,000 Fixed No Yes No SB Yes 1
DE000HV2APS1 UniCredit Bank AG 18/12/2017 18/10/2021 EUR 600,000,000 Floating No Yes No HB Yes 1
XS1737587581 DNB Boligkreditt AS 18/12/2017 18/12/2037 EUR 25,000,000 Fixed No Yes No SB Yes N/A
AT000B049671 UniCredit Bank Austria AG 18/12/2017 18/12/2022 EUR 1,000,000,000 Floating No Yes No HB Yes 1
DE000HV2APT9 UniCredit Bank AG 15/12/2017 08/02/2046 EUR 200,000,000 Fixed No Yes No HB Yes N/A
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(1) Please note that the face value of this bond has been converted into EUR values on the 15th of January of the current year (where the exchange rate protocol takes the ECB bilateral exchange rate on the last business day of the previous year) in order to facilitate the comparison across issuances and to increase the overall transparency of the website. Nevertheless, you will be able to check the original currency by directly clicking on the covered bond.

(2) Mat. - Maturity profile

HB - Hard bullet
Hard bullet covered bonds are repaid on the scheduled maturity date. Neither the documentation nor the legal framework contain provisions for a maturity extension. Failure to repay the final redemption amount of a hard bullet covered bond on the scheduled maturity date could trigger the default of the relevant covered bonds and, possibly, the liquidation of the cover pool depending on the respective national insolvency rules.

SB - Soft bullet
Soft bullet covered bonds have a scheduled maturity date and an extended maturity date. If objective, predefined and transparent criteria have been met , the maturity of a soft bullet covered bond can, and in some cases will automatically, be prolonged up to the extended maturity date. During the extension period, the covered bond may be redeemed using cover pool proceeds. Failure to repay a covered bond on the extended maturity date triggers the default of the relevant extended covered bonds (unless multiple extensions are allowed).

CPT - Conditional pass-through
Conditional pass-through (CPT) covered bonds have a scheduled maturity date and an extension mechanism. By itself, the failure to repay the CPT covered bond on the scheduled maturity date does not lead to an acceleration of this covered bond but to an extension of the maturity date of this and potentially other relevant covered bonds. The extension requires that objective, predefined and transparent criteria are met. In such circumstances the maturity of a CPT covered bond can be prolonged to the extended maturity date, which is typically linked to the maximum legal maturity of the underlying assets. During the extension period, cash-flows received or generated from the cover assets will be distributed to the covered bonds investors. Regular attempts are in general made to sell the cover pool assets to redeem the covered bonds . Such sales are subject to predefined criteria intended to protect the interests of all investors under the same programme. In certain jurisdictions and programmes, CPT covered bonds may feature an initial soft bullet extension

(3) European Economic Area (EEA) or non-EEA. While all the non-EEA labelled programmes’ quality standards will be fully aligned to the Covered Bond Label Convention, to Article 129 of the Capital Requirements Regulation (CRR) and to the definitions in the Liquidity Coverage Requirements (LCR) with the exception of being based in the EEA, i.e. they will present similar legislative safeguards from a qualitative and supervisory point of view to those in Europe, these bonds will present different characteristics, for example in terms of risk weights. Therefore, non-EEA Labels will be identified on the Label website by using a different graphic solution.

(4) The issuer believes that, at the time of its issuance and based on transparency data made publicly available by the issuer, this bond would satisfy the eligibility criteria for its classification as a Level 1 or Level 2 asset in accordance with Chapter 2 of the LCR delegated act. It should be noted that whether or not a bond is a liquid asset for the purposes of the Liquidity Coverage Ratio under Regulation (EU) 575/2013 is ultimately a matter to be determined by a relevant investor institution and its relevant supervisory authority and the issuer does not accept any responsibility in this regard.

Sustainable covered bond. A Covered Bond Labelled sustainable covered bond is a covered bond that is fully compliant with the Covered Bond Label Convention, and also includes a formal commitment by the issuer to use an amount equivalent to the proceeds of that same covered bond to (re)finance loans in clearly defined environmental (green), social or a combination of environmental and social (sustainable) criteria. Covered Bond Labelled sustainable covered bond programs are based on their issuer’s sustainable bond framework which has been verified by an independent external assessment. The issuer strives, on a best efforts basis, to replace eligible assets that have matured or are redeemed before the maturity of the bond by other eligible assets.
[Against this background, please note that the EMF-ECBC is currently working on market initiatives which will ultimately define European criteria for energy efficiency covered bonds and sustainability standards]

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