Hamburg Airport fails to land Schuldschein

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By Silas Brown
15 Jan 2021

Hamburg Airport has pulled a Schuldschein transaction with an initial target of €100m, according to several market sources, due to a lack of interest from investors.

DZ Bank and Helaba were arranging the deal, which was launched in mid-November after forays into the Schuldschein market from Frankfurt airport operator Fraport and Munich Airport.  

But while Fraport placed €250m into the market via BayernLB and LBBW, and Munich was successful in its €200m-plus deal with ...

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