Mandate Vinge advises Bravida in connection with the listing of its SEK Senior Secured Floating Rate Notes on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm

December 20, 2013

Vinge has assisted Bravida Holding AB (publ) in connection with the admission to trading of its SEK 1.3 billion aggregate principal amount senior secured floating rate notes on the regulated market of NASDAQ OMX Stockholm. The senior secured floating rate notes were issued on 11 June 2013 and are also listed on the MTF Global Exchange Market (GEM) of the Irish Stock Exchange. The dual listing on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm entails that the notes can now also be traded on a regulated market.

Bravida is Scandinavia’s premier integrated supplier of technical installation and service solutions, with nearly 8,000 employees. Bravida offers specialist expertise and integrated solutions in electrical installations, heating & plumbing and HVAC and operates at all stages of the installation – from advice and project planning to installation and service. Bravida has offices at 150 locations in Sweden, Norway and Denmark.

Vinge’s team consisted of Peter Bäärnhielm, Dain Nevonen and Oskar Belani. Christina Kokko is client responsible partner.

 

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