The foundation of the Borealis funding model has always centred on its strong and long term relationships with its banks and investors. Today Borealis has a group of around 20 core banks and a number of strong relationships with speciality finance institutions. With the growing global activities and development of the new businesses, Borealis' funding needs grew with it. Since 2008 Borealis has furthermore very actively embarked on a diversification strategy opening up besides others the debt capital markets.
As a result, Borealis has developed a diversified investor base in the form of its bond, private placement and Schuldschein investors. Moreover, Borealis regularly participates at investor forums, industry conferences and leads the discussion with the financial press.
Borealis Insurance A/S is a 100 % owned subsidiary of Borealis AG. As a captive, the company only insures assets and activities of the Borealis Group. The company has no other activities. Borealis Insurance A/S is subject to the Financial Business Act and is under supervision of the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority (FSA), Finanstilsynet. The FSA conducts an inspection at each insurance company, including captives. Such inspection was conducted in April 2015.
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