The International Schuldschein Forum will reconvene this March 2019 in Frankfurt for its seventh consecutive year amid a pivotal moment in the growth and future prospects of this originally German, but now rapidly internationalising debt instrument.
2018 has been a year of two halves for Schuldschein deals. Third quarter issuance totalled 8.3bn euros – more than the entirety of the first half of the calendar year combined. What began more than ten years ago as a safe, steady investment product for local German ‘Sparkassen’ has morphed into funding vehicle for European corporates large and small; for bank investors and asset managers; and with deals arranged by an increasingly diverse club of international banks. Euromoney Conferences provides the definitive meeting spot for anyone active or considering joining the market.
In 2019, Euromoney will bring together global arrangers, issuers and investors in Schuldschein (or ‘SSD’ for short) to ask, how will this market maintain its astonishing penchant for international growth beyond Europe? The agenda is ready to view below, but here are some key questions that our speakers will answer:
– How useful are public debt markets as an index for accurately measuring Schuldschein’s deals?
– Why is the issuer and investor make-up of Schuldschein changing? Is expansion necessary?
– Is the growth in Chinese investment in European private debt sustainable?
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