Catena issues commercial papers within its newly established commercial paper programme

Catena has today issued commercial papers for SEK 750 million, with maturities of four, six and nine months within its newly established commercial paper programme. The average interest on the issue amounts to 0,39 percent. The framework amount for the programme is SEK 2,000 million.

“We see clear demand for our commercial paper programme and are today able to issue SEK 750 million as an initial stage. During the year, we aim to have an outstanding volume of at least SEK 1,000 million,” says Catena’s Deputy CEO and CFO Peter Andersson, in a comment.

To manage the refinancing risk, backup facilities have been secured for the programme. The programme is arranged by Swedbank AB, which also serves as the issuing institute together with Danske Bank.

For further information, please contact:
Peter Andersson, Deputy CEO and CFO
Tel. +46 (0)730-70 22 44
peter.andersson@catenafastigheter.se

David Silvesjö, Financial controller
Tel. +46 (0)730-70 22 22   
david.silvesjo@catenafastigheter.se          

Catena’s mission is to own, effectively manage and pro-actively develop properties in prime locations that offer the potential to generate a steadily growing cash flow and favourable value growth. Catena’s overriding goal, based on its focused orientation, is to give shareholders a favourable long-term total return. As of 31 March 2018, the properties had a total value of SEK 13,424.2 million.

Catena AB is listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm exchange.

This information is such that Catena AB (publ) is obliged to publish under the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was provided by the contact persons mentioned in this press release, for publication at the time stated above.

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Catena owns, actively develops and manages efficient logistics properties in prime locations. The overriding objective is to show strong cash flow to enable stable development and dividends for shareholders. Catena AB is listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm exchange.