|Date: - -|
|Type of bond||Subordinated bonds|
|Issuer type||financial institution|
|Country of issue||AT|
|Coupon payment date||2015/05/12|
|Coupon payment period||annually|
|Investor tolerance||3 (scale 1-7)|
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Do you trust the financial strength of the Erste Group Bank and would you like to be part of the success of this renowned Central European financial group? The EGB 3 % /2024 Subordinated Bond with attractive fixed interest-bearing offers an interesting yield potential.
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