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Vinge advises Intrum Justitia AB

June 08, 2016

Vinge has advised Intrum Justitia AB in connection with the negotiation of a long-term financing agreement whereby the Swedish Export Credit Corporation (SEK) lends EUR 160 million through Intrum Justitia issuing bonds pursuant to a private placement.

The bonds are senior, issued without security and the term thereof is seven years, with maturity in June 2023. The bonds are subject to a variable interest rate of EURIBOR 3 months plus a market interest margin.

Vinge’s team consisted of partners Mikael Ståhl and Louise Brorsson Salomon and associates Helena Håkansson and Josefine Larsson.

 

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