EMIR is the abbreviation for European Market Infrastructure Regulation and stands for Regulation (EU) No. 648/2012 of the European Parliament and Council of July 4, 2012 on OTC derivatives, central counterparties and trade repositories. As a regulation, EMIR has direct legal effect in the EU member states and is intended to make over-the-counter derivatives trading ("OTC derivatives trading") more transparent and secure.

Schoellerbank AG is a financial counterparty within the meaning of EMIR with the following LEI (Legal Entity Identifier): 529900ESWL1AEC189F69

The national implementation of EMIR also took place in the Central Counterparty Enforcement Act (ZGVG), which has been in force since November 14, 2012. Pursuant to Section 2 ZGVG, the FMA is the competent supervisory authority in Austria for monitoring compliance with the requirements of EMIR.

Publication on EMIR according to Article 11 Paragraph 14 d) in connection with Article 20 of Regulation (EU) 149/2013:

Schoellerbank AG (AT; LEI: 529900ESWL1AEC189F69), as a subsidiary of the parent company UniCredit Bank Austria AG, was authorized by the FMA in accordance with Article 11 Para iSd Article 3 Regulation 648/2012 with UniCredit Bank AG, Germany (DE; LEI: 2ZCNRR8UK83OBTEK2170), as a sister company of our parent company, completely exempt: OTC currency derivatives (limited to forwards and swaps): EUR 2,105 million (gross nominal volume per Year)