Through the jointly owned finance company, Svensk FastighetsFinansiering AB (SFFAB), Fabege is exercising the opportunity to raise SEK 289m by issuing a three-year bond in the capital market. SFFAB’s first issuance takes the form of a three-year bond totalling SEK 650m, with a fixed interest rate of 3.65 per cent (SEK 400m) and an FRN loan (SEK 250m). The bonds are covered by means of deeds on the company’s properties.
Fabege, Wihlborgs, Peab and Brinova jointly own Svensk FastighetsFinansiering AB. Fabege’s ownership interest in the company amounts to 30 per cent. By offering alternative financing, the intention is to broaden the base for the company’s borrowing structure.
“Through SFFAB, Fabege has access to a new source of financing that can be utilised for forthcoming transactions and investments,” comments Christian Hermelin, CEO of Fabege.
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