“onemarkets by UniCredit" stands for investment and leverage products in Germany.
UniCredit Bank AG, a member of UniCredit, is one of the top issuers in Germany with a market share of approximately 7,46 % (DDV-Statistik 12/2019).
UniCredit Bank AG has a solid core capital ratio of 19,10 % (Core Tier 1 ratio as of 9/2019).
Credit ratings by leading rating agencies are available here:
Among other things, credit spreads help investors to properly assess the creditworthiness of a certificate issuer. Basically, the following applies: smaller spreads are generally associated with higher creditworthiness.
The website of the German derivatives industry association Deutscher Derivate Verband provides an overview of issuer credit spreads that is updated daily.
The SRP awards remain the only quant-driven, independent awards for the structured products industry and are based on sales volume and performance data.
This year's results are the culmination of a comprehensive data analysis performed by the publication covering the period of 1 September 2018 – 31 August 2019.
UniCredit's Private Investor Products team is responsible for the distribution of structured investment products, across all asset classes, to the Group's extensive client franchise in our Retail and Private Banking networks in Italy, Germany, Austria and CEE.
Acting as a product manufacturer as well as a sales organisation, it develops best-in-class solutions to meet a broad spectrum of investment needs.
SRP (Structured Retail Products) is part of Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC, one of the largest media groups in Europe and a member of the FTSE 250. SRP was founded in 2001 in response to an increasing need from the derivatives and structured products market for the highest quality market intelligence.
The onemarkets Blog received the SMEIL Award in July 2015 as the best German corporate finance blog
What are the best finance blogs in German-speaking countries? One answer to this is the SMEIL Award, which is conferred annually by the Finanzportal Börse Social Network and various partners.
The winner of the SMEIL Award was selected from 118 blogs nominated by user vote and a 31-member expert jury in June 2015. The prize for the best corporate finance blog in Germany went to the onemarkets blog of HypoVereinsbank.
The Zertifikate Awards were presented in Berlin in November 2014. For the thirteenth time, Die WELT, the Zertifikateberater, the Frankfurt and Stuttgart exchanges and Bloomberg presented the sought-after awards for the best issuers and products in Germany. HypoVereinsbank onemarkets received three awards.
The European industry publication “Structured Products Magazine” rated HypoVereinsbank onemarkets as the best provider for structured products in Germany in December 2014.
The Customer Service Department of HypoVereinsbank onemarkets received a rating of “very good” in the 2013 certificate provider service test.
Cited by EURO am Sonntag, together with Deutsches Kundeninstitut in June 2013.
DIE WELT, Zertifikate Journal and Zertifikateberater, together with Scoach Europa, Börse Stuttgart and Bloomberg, presented the eleventh annual “ZertifikateAwards”, highly sought after certificate awards for best issuers and best products in Germany.
UniCredit onemarkets received awards in three categories:
2012 Special Jury Award
1st place - UniCredit onemarkets
1. my.onemarkets – the new platform for custom-tailored solutions
my.onemarkets makes UniCredit Bank AG the first branch bank in the German market to allow private investors to create a custom-tailored product with private banking advisors and investment experts starting from an investment amount of EUR 20,000. The investment universe currently includes reverse convertibles, express certificates, bonus certificates, reverse bonus cap certificates and guaranteed notes, with a selection of more than 135 underlyings. Competitive advantage: The custom-tailored solutions contribute to a higher level of customer satisfaction when an integrated advisory approach is used.
2. Open-end-certificates: The “ex banks” and “ex financials” variants of the STOXX family allow investments to be made in the top European stocks while excluding financial stocks, which were particularly affected by the crisis.
3. Open-end-certificates: Dividend strategy - “forecasted dividend” indices
2nd place, Best Issuer: Capital Protection Certificates
Reasons: A wide variety of product ideas, ranging from simple guarantees for individual stocks all the way to complete portfolio solutions (e.g. VDP Garant, Trend Protect Police) are available to serve the needs of any client.
3rd place, Best Issuer: Special Return Optimization
Reasons: The issuer is currently concentrating primarily on coupon-based structures, which are particularly popular with private investors. Reverse convertibles and credit linked notes are some of the market leaders.
UniCredit Bank AG enjoys an excellent reputation as an issuer of structured investment products in Germany under the HypoVereinsbank brand. We’re sure you’ll agree!
2011 FOCUS MONEY Certificate Awards
1st place: Best Issuer, “Service Quality,” March 2011
1st place: Top Issuer of the Decade
Special Return Optimization
2nd place: Top Issuer of the Decade
Audience Award: Derivative Idea of the Decade:
3rd place: Capital Protection Certificates
3rd place: Special Return Optimization
3rd place: Equity Index Participation
2011 Scope Award:
Best Issuer, Index and Participation Certificates
2010 FOCUS MONEY Certificate Awards
1st place, Best Issuer, “Express Certificates,” March 2010
1st place: Special Return Optimization
2010 Deutsches Risk Rankings
1st place: Structured Products (overall ranking)
1st place: Equities (overall ranking)
1st place: Barrier Structures
1st place: Cross-asset Structures
1st place: Single-stock Options (Germany)
1st place: Exotic Equity Options
1st place: ETFs
1st place: Equity Index Options, DAX and S&P 500
1st place: Equity Index Options, DJ EURO STOXX
2nd place: Correlation Structures
3rd place: ATR Structures
3rd place: Derivative and Risk Management Advisory Services
2010 Scope Award
Special Award, “Transparency”
2nd place: Equity Index Participation
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