Allgon AB (publ) publish prospectus and have applied for listing of bond loan on Nasdaq Stockholm’s Corporate Bond List

The board of directors of Allgon AB (publ) (”Allgon” or the ”Company”) have in connection with the application for admission to trading of a 2018/2022 bond loan of SEK 276 million, which was announced 31 May 2018 (the “Bond Loan”), prepared a prospectus (the “Prospectus”). The Prospectus has today been approved by, and registered with, the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (the “SFSA”) and the Prospectus is available on the Company’s website. The Company have applied to list the Bond Loan on Nasdaq Stockholm’s Corporate Bond List.

The Prospectus have been approved by and registered with the SFSA in accordance with the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act (1991:980). The Prospectus is available on the Company’s website ( and will in a few days be available on the SFSA’s website (

The Bond Loan runs for four years and was issued on 7 June 2018 with a floating interest rate of STIBOR 3M + 675 basis points per annum until the redemption date 7 June 2022.

Allgon have applied to list the Bond Loan on the regulated market Nasdaq Stockholm and its Corporate Bond List, and an approval is expected to be obtained in the coming days. First day of trading is expected to commence on or about 1 August 2018. 

For further information:

Johan Hårdén, CEO Allgon AB
+46 73-385 92 19                 

About Allgon 

Allgon is a corporate group with a strong entrepreneurial culture. We focus on delivering value to our shareholders by developing and acquiring top of the line companies with a global customer base within digitalization and IoT. Allgon’s shares (ALLG B) are subject to trading on Nasdaq First North Stockholm with FNCA Sweden acting as certified adviser. Our niche companies delivers a wide set of services for advanced industrial IoT equipment, digital communication systems, cloud based infrastructure and wireless solutions for demanding environments. Our global customer base is within automotive, mobile and telecom, transportation, construction and broadcasting. For more information, please visit: 


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