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Vinge advises in Studentbostäder i Sverige AB’s issuance of additional sustainable bonds

December 20, 2021

Vinge advises in Studentbostäder i Sverige AB’s (the “Company”) issuance of a additional senior unsecured sustainability bonds in an amount of SEK 100,000,000 within a framework amount of SEK 1,000,000,000 (the “Bonds”).

The proceeds shall be applied in accordance with the Company’s sustainability bond framework, which has been established in accordance with the 2018 ICMA Sustainability Bond Guidelines. The sustainability framework supports, among others, the UN’s global sustainable development goals; no. 7 “affordable and clean energy”, no. 11 “sustainable cities and communities” and no. 13 “climate action”.

In accordance with the terms and conditions, the Bonds are intended to be listed on the sustainable bond list of Nasdaq Stockholm. Arctic Securities acted as bookrunner and arranger in connection with the issuance of the Bonds.

Vinge’s team consisted of Mikael Ståhl, Lionardo Ojeda and Felix Möller.

 

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