Uniper's financing instruments



Volume/Program Amount

Revolving Credit Facility

Bank financing


KfW Revolving Credit Facility

Bank financing


Debt Issuance Program

Mid-term to long-term financing


Euro CP Program

Short-term financing


Bank financing


Uniper SE's credit facilities are currently composed as follows:


  • syndicated loan agreement in the amount of €1.8bn, which was established in June 2016 and refinanced early in September 2018. The syndicated credit facility is currently available to Uniper until 2025. Uniper's core banking group is defined by its participation in the syndicated bank financing. The syndicate of banks is composed of:

    • BayernLB
    • BNP Paribas
    • CITI
    • Commerzbank Aktiengesellschaft
    • Deutsche Bank
    • Goldman Sachs
    • ING
    • Mizuho
    • Morgan Stanley
    • Santander
    • SEB
    • Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
    • The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
    • UniCredit


  • revolving credit facility with German state-owned KfW bank in the amount of €16.5bn


Uniper has other financing instruments at its disposal. These include promissory note loans and bilaterally agreed credit lines with banks. In addition, Uniper maintains guarantee credit lines with various banks, which can be used to cover guarantee requirements from the operating business or to deposit collateral for margining obligations.



Debt Issuance Program

Uniper uses its Debt Issuance Programme (DIP or Euro Mid-Term Note Programme/EMTN) for the flexible issuance of notes and bonds.


Uniper SE

Programme amount

EUR 2,000,000,000


Deutsche Bank AG


Banco Santander, BayernLB, CITI, Commerzbank, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, ING, Mizuho, Morgan Stanley, MUFG, SEB, SMBC Nikko, Société Générale, UniCredit


Public, syndicated and private placements

Paying Agent

Deutsche Bank AG

The DIP is the framework for the flexible issuance of Euro bonds. Volumes, currencies, and maturities of bonds to be issued depend on Uniper's financial requirements.


The current, complete and legally-binding version of the Debt Issuance Program (DIP) prospectus can be found below and on the website of the Bourse de Luxembourg (www.bourse.lu).

Prospectus dated 17 March 2021
PDF - 2.48 MB
Prospectus dated 28 April 2020
PDF - 1.95 MB


Documents incorporated by reference

All documents that have been incorporated by reference into the Prospectus are available in the section Reports and presentations.

Bond Overview

The following table shows an overview of all public bonds issued by Uniper SE. Here you can find the most important key data like maturity, coupon or international security identifying number (ISIN). All of the bonds displayed here have been issued under Uniper's Debt Issuance Program.

NB: Please contact your local bank for all questions concerning the terms of our bonds. For legal reasons we are not permitted to provide any additional information.


Volume in original currency (in million)

Issuance date

Term in years


Coupon (%)

Security Codes*


Final Terms (PDF)



8 Dec 2016

2 years

8 Dec 2018


ISIN: XS1529854280 CC: 152985428 WKN: A2BPEB


Terms 0.125% Notes 12/2018 (PDF)

* Securities codes are abbreviated as follows: ISIN (International Securities Identification Number), CC (Common Code) and WKN (Wertpapierkennnummer)
** S&P assigned a Local Currency Long-Term rating on 07 Dec 2016 to the senior unsecured issue. Standard & Poor’s Credit Market Services Europe Limited (Zweigniederlassung Deutschland) is established in the European Union and is registered under Regulation (EC) No 1060/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 September 2009 on credit rating agencies, amended by Regulation (EC) No 513/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 May 2011.

Euro Commercial Paper Program

The Euro Commercial Paper (ECP) Programme is a flexible instrument for the issuance of short-term debt in the format of commercial paper notes.

The ECP program was updated in May 2023 to achieve conformity with the STEP Market Convention. The Programme amount continues to be EUR 1.8bn.


Uniper SE

Programme amount

EUR 1,800,000,000




BayernLB, CITI, Commerzbank, ING, Santander, LBBW

Paying Agent

Bank of New York Mellon

Information Memorandum

May 2023 | Uniper SE – STEP-compliant Euro Commercial Paper Programme (EUR1.8 billion)
PDF - 792.19 KB

Documents incorporated by reference

All documents that have been incorporated by reference into the Information Memorandum are available in the section Reports and presentations.

Capital structure and ratings

Find out more about our capital structure and credit ratings.

Capital structure and ratings

Our global presence

We continue to strengthen our presence in key markets, develop innovative solutions and acquire companies in prioritized areas. Uniper solutions are sold to over 100 countries and we currently operate in over 40 countries.