Mandate Vinge advises Jays Group on a rights issue

May 19, 2019

The board of directors of Jays Group AB (publ) has resolved pursuant to authorization granted at an annual general meeting to perform a new issue of shares amounting to approximately MSEK 41 subject to pre-emption rights for the company’s existing shareholders.

Pursuant to subscription undertakings and guarantee obligations, the new issue of shares is secured to approximately MSEK 36.9, corresponding to 90% of the total proceeds of the new issue of shares. The offer is performed in order to further strengthen the company’s trademark and product portfolio and strengthen the balance sheet prior to future acquisition financing. The prospectus is planned to be published on 24 May and the subscription period commences on 27 May.

Vinge’s team consists of responsible partner Anders Strid together with Frida Bergqvist (project manager), Jenny Sandlund, Victor Ericsson (tax) and Camilla Andersson (company assistant).

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