AOER

AcronymDefinition
AOERAdvanced Outlook Express Repair (software)
AOERArmy Organizational Efficiency Reviews
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HSH Finanzfonds AoeR and HSH Portfoliomanagement AoeR benefit from a deficiency guarantee (Gewaehrtraegerhaftung) and a maintenance obligation (Anstaltslast) from the states of Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein.
A downgrade of the sovereign ratings would lead to a downgrade of the Laender and its debt ratings and consequently the ratings of HSH Finanzfonds AoeR and HSH Portfoliomanagement AoeR.
HSH Finanzfonds AoeR's and HSH Portfoliomanagement AoeR's ratings are equalised with those of the two German federated States of Hamburg (Hamburg, AAA/F1+) and Schleswig-Holstein (Schleswig-Holstein, AAA/F1+), reflecting the states' 50% ownership in each of the issuers and their important role they fulfill on behalf of HSH Nordbank AG (BBB-/F3).
HSH Finanzfonds AoeR and HSH Portfoliomanagement AoeR benefit from a deficiency guarantee (Gewaehrtragerhaftung) and a maintenance obligation (Anstaltslast) from both states.
HSH Finanzfonds AoeR's and HSH Portfoliomanagement AoeR's Long-Term Local and Foreign Currency Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) of 'AAA' with Stable Outlooks and Short-Term Local and Foreign Currency IDRs of 'F1+' are rated as credit-linked entities under Fitch's criteria for 'Rating of Public-Sector Entities Outside the United States'.
A downgrade of the sovereign ratings could lead to a downgrade of the Laender and consequently the ratings of HSH Finanzfonds AoeR and HSH Portfoliomanagement AoeR.
HSH Finanzfonds AoeR's and HSH Portfoliomanagement AoeR's ratings are equalised with those of the two German federated States of Hamburg (AAA/Stable/F1+) and Schleswig-Holstein (AAA/Stable/F1+), reflecting the states' 50% ownership in each of the issuers and their important role they fulfill on behalf of HSH Nordbank AG (BBB-/Negative/F3), which is a bank indirectly 89.35% co-owned by the two states.
HSH Finanzfonds AoeR and HSH Portfoliomanagement AoeR are rated as credit-linked entities under Fitch's criteria for 'Rating of Public-Sector Entities Outside the United States'.
The roll-out is a partnership between city utilities provider Bornheim AoeR and NetCologne.