Mandate Vinge has advised Nordea Bank AB (publ) (“Nordea”) in connection with a tender offer and issue of new bonds with an aggregate transaction value of SEK 2,705,000,000

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Vinge has advised Nordea Bank AB (publ) (“Nordea”) in connection with a tender offer and issue of new bonds with an aggregate transaction value of SEK 2,705,000,000.

Vinge has advised Nordea in connection with Samhällsbyggnadsbolaget i Norden AB (publ) (“SBB”) tender offer and subsequent repurchase of its previously issued senior and unsecured bonds up to a total amount of SEK 1,205,000,000 (the “Tender Offer”) and its issuance of new senior unsecured bonds with a framework amount of up to SEK 1,500,000,000 (the “New Bonds”).

The initial amount issued under the New Bonds amounts to SEK 1,000,000,000 per 3 October 2018. Nordea was mandated as sole arranger, bookrunner and issuing agent in connection with the New Bonds and as dealer manager, sole bookrunner and tender agent in relation to the Tender Offer.

The New Bonds have a tenor of four years and carry a floating rate interest of STIBOR 3M + 3.60%.

Vinge’s team consisted of Mikael Ståhl, Josefine Larsson and Lionardo Ojeda.

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