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Vinge has advised Tobii AB (publ) in connection with an issue of MSEK 300 secured bonds

February 27, 2019

Vinge has advised Tobii AB (publ) in connection with the company’s issue of SEK 300,000,000 secured bonds, with a tenor of 3 years, under a SEK 600,000,000 framework.

The bonds mature in February 2022. Carnegie Investment Bank AB (publ) acted as arranger. The proceeds from the bond issue will be used for refinancing existing acquisition financings (including loan facilities) and for the financing of future acquisitions, as well as for general corporate purposes. 

The interest rate has been set to three months STIBOR plus 575 basis points. The bonds are secured through pledges over shares in existing and future material subsidiaries and through certain intra-group loans. 

Vinge’s team consisted primarily of Louise Brorsson Salomon, Josefine Larsson, Pauline Lagerstrand and Rikard Lindahl.

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