Latour increases the framework of the company's existing MTN-Programme to SEK 15 billion and publishes updated base prospectus

Report this content

Investment AB Latour (publ) (“Latour”) has resolved to increase the framework of the company’s existing MTN programme from SEK 12 billion to SEK 15 billion or the equivalent in EUR. Latour has also prepared an updated base prospectus for the MTN-Programme that today has been approved by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority (Sw. Finansinspektionen) and been published on Latour’s web page.

Latour established a programme for issuance of bonds, so called Medium Term Note programme, on February 19, 2018. MTN may be issued in SEK or EUR with varying tenors, but at least one (1) year. Nominal value per MTN may not be less than EUR 100,000 (or its equivalent in SEK). The general terms and conditions of the MTN-Programme, which has been subject to updates, are found in its entirety in the base prospectus.

The base prospectus has been prepared to continue to enable issued bonds under the MTN programme for admission to trading on a regulated market in Sweden and the base prospectus has a validity period of 12 months from date of the approval from the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority. The base prospectus is available on Latour’s webpage,, and will in a few days be available on the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority’s webpage,

Handelsbanken is the arranger of the MTN programme and appointed dealer together with SEB. Baker McKenzie has been acting as legal adviser in relation to the establishment of the MTN programme and updating of the base prospectus.

Göteborg, 18 February, 2022

Johan Hjertonsson
President and CEO

For further information, please contact:
Anders Mörck, CFO Latour, +46 706 46 52 11
Katarina Rautenberg, Group Finance Director Latour, +46 723 631 631


Documents & Links