Continental’s Executive Board decides on one of the largest organizational changes in the company’s history.
“The automotive industry is undergoing a trans-
formation. We are among the front-runners when
it comes to new, intelligent mobility concepts and services.”
On May 11, 2016, the credit rating was upgraded from BBB to BBB+ with a stable outlook.
On October 26, 2016, the credit rating was upgraded from BBB to BBB+ with a stable outlook.
The rating Baa1 with stable outlook has not changed since June 30, 2015.
Our goal is to continue to keep the ratio of net indebtedness to equity (gearing ratio) below 20%.
This framework programme enables Continental to flexibly place medium term and long term bonds.
In May 2018, Continental updated its Debt Issuance Programme (DIP).
WKN A1Z7C3 ISIN DE000A1Z7C39
WKN A2DARMISIN XS1529561182
WKN A1X3B7ISIN XS0969344083
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The repayment of the bonds amounting to €750.0 million and €500.0 million due in July 2018 and February 2019...