Collector contemplates the issuance of SEK bonds

Gothenburg, Sweden – Collector AB (publ.) (NASDAQ Stockholm: COLL). Collector contemplates the issuance of SEK bonds

Collector Bank AB (publ) (”Collector Bank”), a wholly owned subsidiary to Collector AB (publ), has mandated Nordea Markets as Sole Book runner to arrange fixed income investor meetings starting on or about 15 February 2017. A SEK denominated senior unsecured capital markets transaction with a tenor of three years will follow, subject to market conditions and final decision by Collector Bank.


For further information, please contact:
Lena Apler, Founder & Chairman of the Board I Phone +46 70-525 65 80 I lena.apler@collectorbank.se
Pia-Lena Olofsson, CFO, Collector I Phone +46 70 858 04 53 I Email pia-lena.olofsson@collectorbank.se
Åsa Hillsten, CCO & IR I Phone +46 70-081 81 17 I asa.hillsten@collectorbank.se  

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Collector is an innovative, digital, niche bank that offers financing solutions to private and corporate customers. Since 2005, Collector has had annual organic revenue growth of 30% and profit growth (EAT) of 55%. Operations are comprised of the Retail and Corporate segments. Within the Retail segment, the Company is engaged in lending to private individuals, invoice and payments by installments to e-commerce and retail companies, credit card services and deposits. The Corporate segment includes factoring and company credits directed mainly at small and medium-sized enterprises, property finance, debt collection on behalf of clients (assignment debt collection) and the acquisition of portfolios of overdue receivables. The Company has offices in Gothenburg (the head office), Stockholm, Helsinki and Oslo. The Group is comprised of the Parent Company, Collector AB (publ); the wholly-owned subsidiary, Collector Bank AB, in which the main operations are conducted; and Colligent Inkasso AB Colligent Inkasso AS, which are active in commissioned services and debt collection. Collector is listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm Large Cap list.