Germany’s biggest builder set sights on Pfandbrief entry

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By Bill Thornhill
01 Mar 2019

Bausparkasse Schwäbisch Hall (BSH) could soon become the first German Building Society to issue a benchmark Pfandbrief. GlobalCapital speaks to Rainer Eichwede, head of finance controlling at BSH, at the 13th LBBW European Covered Bond Forum in Mainz.

GlobalCapital:Can you tell us a little about BSH’s business model?

Rainer Eichwede, BSH: We offer a traditional ‘Bauspar’ product. ‘Bausparen’ is a system of saving-to-build: The customer saves an agreed amount and can take out a loan. A typical saving period is between six and nine years. 

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