Vinge advises Zengun Group AB

July 04, 2019

Vinge has advised Zengun Group AB (publ) in connection with the acquisition of the Zengun Group and in conjunction with a bond issue.

Vinge has advised Zengun Group AB (publ), in connection with the acquisition of the Zengun Group and in conjunction with a bond issue. The construction group Zengun’s founders have, together with the other owners and senior officers, through Zengun Group AB (publ) (the “Company”) repurchased the shares in Zengun Group Holding AB from Segulah Fund V.

In connection with the acquisition, the Company has issued a secured bond in an amount of MSEK 450. The bond, with an interest amount of MSEK 600, is subject to a variable interest rate of STIBOR 3m + 8 per cent and has a final due date in May 2022. The Company has prepared a prospectus which has been approved by and registered at the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority in accordance with the Swedish Trading in Financial Instruments Act (1991:980) and will apply for listing of the bond on Nasdaq Stockholm.

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