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Catella AB (publ) (”Catella”) announces the amendment of the terms and conditions (the ”Terms and Conditions”), originally dated 9 June 2017, for Catella’s senior unsecured bonds with a framework amount of up to SEK 750,000,000 and ISIN SE0009994718. The amendment became effective on 27 June 2018.
Catella and Intertrust (Sweden) AB (the ”Agent”) have entered into an amendment agreement whereby the ”make whole”-provision (previously set out in clause 9.3(a) of the Terms and Conditions) has been removed and relevant adjustments following such removal have been made. This means that Catella has renounced its right to redeem the bonds prior to the First Call Date. Catella and the Agent deem the amendments to not be detrimental to the interest of the bondholders and have therefore in accordance with clause 18(a)(i) of the Terms and Conditions agreed to the amendments.
The amended Terms and Conditions are available on Catella’s website (www.catella.com).
For more information, please contact:
CEO and President
+46 8 463 33 10
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This information is information that Catella AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 02:00 p.m. CET on 27 June 2018.
Catella is a leading specialist in property investments, fund management and banking, with operations in 14 countries. The group manages assets of approximately SEK 180 billion. Catella is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm in the Mid Cap segment. Read more at catella.com
June 14th , the traditional 7th Swedish-Ukrainian Business Forum organized by the Swedish Embassy in Ukraine together with partner organizations has taken place in Kyiv. The main missions of the event are the establishment of relations between businessmen of the two countries, the exchange of new technologies and industrial solutions for business. It is also an opportunity to learn more about the open market of Sweden. Such well-known Swedish companies as ABB, Ericsson, Scania, Grain Alliance, SEB Corporate Bank, SKF, Sigma Software speak about the credibility of the event. An active part is also taken by the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and Westinghouse Sweden AB.
“This forum is the largest by the number of visitors, partners, participants and events. The purpose of the forum has not been changed since 2012. It is to create a platform for communication between Sweden and Ukraine, to promote trade, economic and cultural ties between these countries. The focus of the forum is to strengthen business relationships that have already been worked out and to establish new ones”, -says Bogdan Senchuk, the President of SBA the Swedish Business Association in Ukraine.
Prospects for bilateral trade in the context of a deep and comprehensive free trade area between Ukraine and the EU were discussed at the forum. Export procedures and the achievement of sustainable mutual economic growth were the focus of the forum. They also considered how improvement of public procurement and the decentralization process create opportunities for business, as well as further improvement of gender equality at the labor market.
Grain Alliance has been a traditional partner of the Swedish-Ukrainian business forum since 2012 and represents the agribusiness sector. The Grain Alliance Company was presented with an exhibition stand at the event. The President of the company Yevgeniy Radoveniuk reported on the corporate responsibility of the company, in particular, social programs in support of educational and medical institutions in Ukrainian villages.
“The uniqueness of our company is that 100% of the company’s investments are Swedish, but almost all of the company’s employees are Ukrainians, because all the operating business is in Ukraine,”- says Yevgehiy Radoveniuk, the president of Grain Alliance.
He also added:
–The issue of trust is especially meaningful in our country, and the many years of experience of the Swedish-Ukrainian partnership is a good example. Grain Alliance has demonstrated stable and effective work in Ukraine for 20 years. We want to continue developing, and in some way that depends on how the government, business and partners perceive the company. In our global world, we need to be integrated into the business community. We also invited the community leaders of Kyiv region, Poltava region, Chernihiv region and Cherkasy region and the bankers we work with to the forum. Once again we are demonstrating the openness of the company in running the business to the partners and the guests of the forum.
Catella AB (publ) (”Catella”) has mandated ABG Sundal Collier AB and Nordea Bank AB (publ) as its financial advisors to investigate the possibility of a tap issue of up to SEK 250,000,000 under the framework of Catella’s existing up to SEK 750,000,000 senior unsecured bonds with ISIN SE0009994718 and maturity in June 2022. Subject to, inter alia, market conditions, a transaction may follow. Net proceeds from the transaction will be used for general corporate purposes and to fund announced acquisitions.
For more information, please contact:
Knut Pedersen Marcus Holmstrand
Chief Executive Officer Chief Financial Officer
+46 8 463 33 10 +46 8 463 33 10
This information is information that Catella AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation and the Securities Markets Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 11.40 CET on 13th of June 2018.
Catella is a leading specialist in property investments, fund management and banking, with operations in 14 European countries. The group has assets under management of approximately SEK 180 billion. Catella is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm in the Mid Cap segment. Read more online at catella.com.
Weaker winds than normal in May resulted in a power production of 29.7 GWh, compared to the month’s budget of 43.7 GWh.
Of this 15.3 GWh refers to Own wind power production and 14.4 GWh to Co-Owned wind power production, compared to the month’s budget of 24.7 GWh and 19.0 GWh.
Halmstad 11 June, 2018
ARISE AB (publ)
For further information, please contact
Daniel Johansson, CEO Arise AB, +46 702 244 133
This information is information that Arise AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU MarketAbuse Regulation. T