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Fixed Income

Volkswagen Group in the international capital markets

International capital markets are of particular importance for the funding strategy of the Volkswagen Group as they provide liquidity at favourable conditions.

We are active in capital markets through the issue of Commercial Papers (short term debt), Medium Term Notes (medium and long term debt), Asset Backed Securities (Securitization) and other financial instruments. Our Debt Issuance Programs in various countries and currencies help to increase the flexibility of these measures.

 

In case of any questions regarding corporate debt issuances please contact:

Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft
Group Treasury
Capital Markets
Post Box  011/1842/1
D - 38436 Wolfsburg
Phone: +49 (0) 5361 9 70192

If you have questions regarding Volkswagen Group's financial situation or company strategy, please contact Investor Relations.

Regulation

MiFID II
Declaration on Client Classification and Consents under Directive 2014/65/EU ("MiFID II")
2017-12-06
European Market Infrastructure Regulation "EMIR"
Based on current knowledge neither Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft and its fully consolidated subsidiaries established in the European Union that are non-financial counterparties (as defined in EMIR) nor Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft's fully consolidated subsidiaries established outside the European Union that would constitute non-financial counterparties (as defined in EMIR) if they were established in the European Union would be subject to the clearing obligation pursuant to EMIR in respect of its OTC derivatives (as defined in EMIR).
2012-07-04

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