Mandate Vinge has advised Pareto Securities AB and Swedbank AB (publ) in connection with a bond issue with a framework amount of up to MSEK 700

December 18, 2017

Vinge has advised Pareto Securities AB and Swedbank AB (publ) in connection with a bond issue with a framework amount of up to MSEK 700 senior unsecured floating rate bonds, issued by Offentliga Hus i Norden AB (publ) (”Offentliga Hus”) on 15 December 2017.

Pareto Securities AB and Swedbank AB (publ) have acted as arrangers and Swedbank AB (publ) also acted as issuing agent. The bonds have a tenor of three and a half years and a floating interest rate of three-months STIBOR plus a margin of 7.00 per cent.
 
The proceeds from the bond issue will be applied towards financing property acquisitions and other general corporate purposes. Offentliga Hus intends to apply for the bonds to be listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.
 
Vinges team consisted inter alia of Louise Brorsson Salomon, Lionardo Ojeda and Sara Osman.

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