Non-binding sample calculation
*for subscription date 01 July 2023
The promised return is not guaranteed and may be lower. The bonds have a final maturity, which means that both the capital invested and the interest (including compound interest) are only due for payment at the end of the term (or in the event of premature termination for good cause). This may result in the compound interest effect shown below. However, a complete loss of the invested capital, as well as interest and compound interest, is also possible. Due to the final maturity and the qualified subordination of the investor’s claims against the issuer (principal and interest including compound interest), the repayment of the principal and the payment of interest including compound interest also depend, among other things, on the creditworthiness of the issuer on the maturity date or the date of maturity in the event of early repayment. Any tax is neither taken into account nor deducted in the sample calculation.