Corporate Bonds

(As of July 5, 2019)

Corporate Bond Issued (million yen) Interest rate (%) Redemption date
21th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.880 July 11, 2039
20th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.370 July 11, 2029
19th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.455 August 30, 2028
18th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.180 August 30, 2023
17th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.980 March 1, 2038
16th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.390 March 1, 2028
15th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.780 October 20, 2032
14th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.170 October 20, 2022
13th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.410 July 30, 2027
12th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.790 May 31, 2032
11th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.160 May 31, 2022
10th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.455 February 26, 2027
9th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.001 February 28, 2020
8th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.180 December 16, 2021
7th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.800 September 12, 2031
6th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.780 June 10, 2031
5th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.190 June 10, 2021
4th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.371 September 14, 2020
3th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.968 June 23, 2015
2th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.856 July 29, 2024
1th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.298 July 29, 2019
21th Unsecured Corporate Bond 10,000 0.639 November 6, 2020

The 20th and 21st unsecured corporate bonds described in the table above were issued by Tokyu Land Corporation and were assigned to the Company through the demerger on March 20, 2014.

Ratings

(As of June 26, 2019)

Rating date January 30,
2017
January 30,
2018
January 29,
2019
Rating Long-term
(Outlook)
A-
(Stable)
A-
(Positive)
A
(Stable)
Short-term J-1 J-1 J-1

Rating Institution: Japan Credit Rating Agency,Ltd.

Meaning of rating :

“A” : There is a high probability of meeting debt obligations.※
“J-1” : The probability of meeting short-term debt obligations is the highest.
“Stable” “Positive” : A Rating Outlook is JCR's opinion regarding the likely direction of an issuer rating or an ability to pay insurance claims rating in one or two years after determination of the rating. A Rating Outlook falls into the following five categories: Positive, Stable, Negative, Developing, or Multiple.
Positive means that a rating may be raised, while Negative means it may be lowered. Stable means that a rating is not likely to change in the foreseeable future.

*Ratings from AA to B are accorded with a plus (+) or minus (-) sign to further distinguish relative positions within the same rating.

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