Nobina AB publishes bond prospectus and applies for listing of its bonds on Nasdaq Stockholm
On 7 February 2019, Nobina AB (publ) (“Nobina”) announced that Nobina has issued green bonds. The bonds of SEK 500 million with a five-year tenor has a floating rate coupon of STIBOR 3 months plus 155 basis points, which corresponds to an initial coupon of circa 1.47 percent.
In connection with the bond issue and in accordance with the terms and conditions for the bonds, Nobina has undertaken to apply for admission to trading of the bonds on Nasdaq Stockholm. For the purpose of the listing, Nobina has prepared a prospectus. The prospectus has been approved by the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority and Nobina has applied for admission to trading of the bonds on Nasdaq Stockholm’s sustainable bond list. The bonds are expected to be admitted to trading on or about 12 March 2019.
This information is such that Nobina is obligated to publish in accordance with the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was published, through the agency of the contact person mentioned below, on 8 March 2019 at 5.15 p.m.
For further information, please contact:
Mattias Gelinder, Group Treasurer and Head of IR, +46 72 967 02 61
Per Skärgård, CFO, +46 8 41 06 50 56
Nobina is the largest and most experienced public bus transport service provider in the Nordic region. The company’s expertise in prospecting, tendering and active management of public bus transport contracts in combination with long-term delivery quality makes Nobina the industry leader in terms of profitability, development and initiatives that promote a healthier industry. Every day, Nobina ensures that close to one million people arrive at work, school or other activities by delivering contracted public bus transport services in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark. In addition, Nobina offers special public transport services under the brand Samtrans in the Swedish market. The company has sales exceeding SEK 9 billion (2017/18), more than 11,000 employees, and is headquartered in Solna, Stockholm. For more information, see Nobina’s website: www.nobina.com.