Bumper 7

The value of the transaction is €684.1 million divided into Class A -notes (€ 500 million),
Class B-notes (€ 49.1 million) and a subordinated loan (€ 135 million).
Rating:S&P, Moody’s & DBRS
Closing:April 2016
Fully Redeemed:N/A



Bumper 8 (UK)

The value of this transaction is £545 million divided into class A-notes (£400 million),
class B-notes (£25 million) and class C-notes (£120 million)
Rating:S&P, Fitch and DBRS
Closing:February 2017
Fully Redeemed:N/A



Bumper 9

The value of transaction is € 700 million divided into class A-notes (€ 542.5 million),
class B-notes (€ 31.5 million) and a subordinated loan (€ 126 million).
Rating:Moody's & DBRS
Closing:July 2017
Fully Redeemed:N/A



Bumper 10

The value of the transaction is €653 million divided into Class A-notes (€ 483.2 million),
Class B-notes (€ 40.8 million) and Class C-notes (€ 129 million).
Rating:Moody's & DBRS
Closing:February 2018
Fully Redeemed:N/A

Introduction to Bumper.

LeasePlan has concluded several public and privately placed securitisation transactions through its Bumper securitisation programme.

The main objective of the Bumper Programme is to contribute to achieving a broad diversification of funding sources. The Bumper transactions are auto ABS transactions backed by the lease receivables and the residual value claims of a LeasePlan subsidiary’s fleet of vehicles.

Funding Strategy

LeasePlan – a regulated Dutch bank – aims for matched funding from a widely diversified funding base. With this as an underlying strategy, LeasePlan adapts to its current financial surroundings to ensure the availability of cost-effective and sustainable matched funding to meet the on-going liquidity needs of the group.