Nynas news

16/06/2017 15:00

Nynas publishes bond prospectus and applies for listing of its corporate bonds

On 18 May 2017, Nynas AB announced that the company will issue additional senior unsecured bonds of SEK 450 000 000 within its existing bond loan (ISIN SE0005994167) within a total frame amount of SEK 1 100 000 000 with issue date on 26 May 2017 and a final maturity date in June 2018.

Nynas has applied for listing of the additional bonds on Nasdaq Stockholm, and the first day of trading is expected to be 19 June 2017. In relation to the listing of the bonds, Nynas has prepared a prospectus which was approved by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (Sw. Finansinspektionen) today. The prospectus is available at the company's website, www.nynas.com and the website of the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority, www.fi.se. 


For further information, please contact:
Hans Östlin, Communications Director Nynas AB
Email: hans.ostlin@nynas.com
Tel.: +46 (0)708 93 19 75

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