Vinge has advised Nordea and Swedbank in connection with K2A Knaust & Andersson Fastigheter AB (publ) issuance of subordinated perpetual green floating rate callable capital securities.

January 15, 2021

Nordea Bank Abp and Swedbank AB (publ) have acted as arrangers and bookrunners in connection K2A’s issuance of SEK 450,000,000 subordinated perpetual green floating rate callable capital securities.

The capital securities are perpetual and will carry a floating interest rate of 3 months STIBOR plus 595 basis points until the first call date. In accordance with the terms and conditions, the capital securities are intended to be listed on the sustainable bond list of Nasdaq Stockholm.

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


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