Würth Finance International B.V.

Würth Finance International B.V. is the treasury centre and inhouse bank of the Würth Group and, in its core business, is responsible for concentrating and optimising the worldwide flow of payments, managing the financial risks, handling Group financing and fostering investor relations in close cooperation with the Group Management and the operative Group companies.

Würth Finance International B.V. usually sources the liquidity for the Group, while the Wurth Group of North America provides the refinancing of the US entities. Equipped with guarantees by Adolf Würth GmbH & Co KG (see prospectus for details) the bonds have the same rating as the Würth Group.

Würth Group

The Würth Group is the global market leader in the development, production, and sale of fastening and assembly materials. The Würth Group employs more than 87,000 employees and reportet sales of more than EUR 20 billion for the first time in its corporate history (in the fiscal year 2023, according to its preliminary financial statements).

The Würth Group has been active on the capital market since 1988. The main focus is the emission of publicly traded bonds. In addition, other instruments are used to refinance the Group, such as Private Placements and Promissory Notes. A commercial paper programme and credit lines frome some key banks ensure the liquidity reserves of the Group.

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Legal Structure of the Würth Group (Simplified Chart)

Legal Structure of the Würth Group (Simplified Chart)