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Ratings

The overview shows Helaba’s current ratings from the rating agencies Moody's, Fitch and Standard & Poor's.


The following ratings apply to Helaba
(Definition of the respective ratings agency)
As of 12 June 2017

 

Moody's

 Rating
OutlookStable
Counterparty Risk AssessmentAa3(cr)
Long-term Deposit RatingAa3
Public-Sector Covered BondsAaa
Short-term Deposit Rating 2)P-1
Senior senior unsecured bank debt 3)Aa3
Senior Unsecured 4)A1
Subordinate Rating 5)Baa2
Baseline Credit Assessment (BCA)baa3

 

Fitch

 Rating
OutlookStable
Long-term Issuer Default Rating 1)A+
Public Sector PfandbriefeAAA
Mortgage PfandbriefeAAA
Short-term Issuer Default Rating 1), 2)F1+
Derivative Counterparty Rating 1)AA-(dcr)
Long-term Deposit Rating 1), 3)AA-
Senior Unsecured 1), 4)A+
Subordinated debt 1), 5)A
Viability-Rating 1)a+

 

Standard & Poor's 1)

 Rating
OutlookStable
Long-term Issuer Credit Rating

A

Short-term Issuer Credit Rating 2)A-1
Long-term Senior Unsecured 3)

A

Long-term Senior Subordinated 4)A-
Standalone Credit Profile (SACP)a

 

Ratings for Helaba liabilities covered by statutory guarantee 6)

 Moody'sFitchStandard & Poor's
Long-term ratingsAa1AAAAA-

 

1) Joint group rating for the S-Group Hesse-Thuringia
2) Corresponds to short-term liabilities
3) Corresponds in principle to long-term senior unsecured debt according to §46f (5 u.7) KWG ("with preferential right to payment")
4) Corresponds in principle to long-term senior unsecured debt according to §46f (6) KWG ("without preferential right to payment")
5) Corresponds to subordinated liabilities
6) Applies to all liabilities in place on 18 July 2001 (indefinitely)