The Euro Benchmark II/2009 matures on 25 February 2014 and pays a coupon of 3.125% p.a. Its reoffer price is 99.754 (yield 3.179%), corresponding to a yield pick-up of 111.4 bp over the Bundesobligation which matures in October 2013. The lead managers for the transaction are Citi, Deutsche Bank and UBS Investment Bank. The bond has received the same top-notch triple-A rating from Fitch Ratings, Moody's and Standard & Poor's as all KfW bonds.
The order book was closed early on Wednesday morning, with EUR 6.2 billion subscribed and about 380 individual orders received. The issue was reoffered at mid swaps +45 to +50; but owing to the strong demand the issue was closed at mid swaps +47.
The breakdown of the order book by sector is as follows:
Breakdown by investor type:Banks: 42 %
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Term Sheet KfW Euro Benchmark II/2009
EUR 5 bn - 3.125 % - 2009/2014
ISIN: DE000A0XXM38Issuer: KfW Guarantor: Federal Republic of Germany Rating: AAA (Fitch Ratings) / Aaa (Moody's) / AAA (Standard & Poor's)
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