Widening its base of debt investors to Central Europe, Amer Sports has signed a “Schuldschein” worth a total of around €70 million. For Amer, this typically German certificate of indebtedness is made up of a bundle of loans in euros and U.S. dollars with a maturity of five years that carry both fixed and floating interest rates. Under this type of loan agreement, the rights can be transferred to other lenders, and Amer says it is targeting mainly institutional investors. Germany's Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen acted as the sole book-runner for this loan transaction.