Resurs Bank issues SEK 350 million of senior unsecured bonds

Resurs Bank AB has issued SEK 350 million of senior unsecured bonds in the Nordic market. The 3 year bonds will be listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.

The 3 year bonds are issued under Resurs Bank’s MTN programme with a total frame of SEK 5 billion and pays a coupon of 3m Stibor + 1.45%. Issue date will be December 7 2017.

Nordea Bank AB and Swedbank AB acted as joint book runners in the transaction.

For additional information:
Peter Rosén, CFO & Head of IR, peter.rosen@resurs.se  +46 736 56 49 34
Sofie Tarring, IR-Officer, sofie.tarring@resurs.se +46 736 44 33 95   

About Resurs:
Resurs was founded in 1977 and is one of the fastest-growing niche banks in the Nordic region. During the 1980s, we pioneered the successful “interest free” retail finance concept, and today we are one of the leading Nordic retail finance banks, with approximately 5.5 million private customers across the Nordic region. From our core business in retail finance, we have expanded our product offering to also include savings accounts, insurance policies, consumer loans and credit cards. The latter includes our own Supreme Card, of which there are roughly 150,000 holders in the Nordic region. Resurs Bank is owned by Parent Company Resurs Holding and is part of the Resurs Holding Group. In 2015, Resurs Bank acquired the subsidiary yA Bank. 


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About Resurs:Resurs was founded in 1977 and is one of the fastest-growing niche banks in the Nordic region. During the 1980s, we pioneered the successful “interest free” retail finance concept, and today we are one of the leading Nordic retail finance banks, with about 5.8 million private customers across the Nordic region. From our core business in retail finance, we have expanded our product offering to also include savings accounts, insurance policies, consumer loans and credit cards. Resurs Bank is owned by Parent Company Resurs Holding and is part of the Resurs Holding Group. In 2015, Resurs Bank acquired the subsidiary yA Bank.