Mandate Vinge advised Lendify in connection with new financing and redemption of bonds

February 12, 2019

Lendify AB (“Lendify”), an online lender and one of Sweden’s most notable challengers in the banking sector, has secured new financing of up to SEK 1.000.000.000 from a large Swedish institution for the purpose of further financing its lending operations.

In connection with the new financing, Lendify’s two wholly owned subsidiaries, Lendify Sweden 1 AB and Lendify Sweden 2 AB, redeemed and de-listed their outstanding bonds from the Debt Securities list at the Nordic Derivatives Exchange.

Together with the management of the company, the institutional investor, the arranger and their legal advisors, Vinge has acted for Lendify in the structuring, documenting and execution of the transaction.

Vinge’s team mainly consisted of partner Albert Wållgren, associates Sebastian Frisk, Lionardo Ojeda and Axel Jansson (Banking and Finance) and partner Emma Stuart-Beck and associates Malin Haag and Caroline Krassén (Financial Services).

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