GEK Terna receives ‘green light’ by cap market commission for 300mln€ bond issue
GEK Terna SA on Thursday announced that it has made available to investors a prospectus, as approved by the Hellenic Capital Market Commission’s board of directors, in relation to the issuance by the company of a common sustainability-linked bond loan.
The bond’s total nominal amount of up to 300 million euros has a seven-year duration, divided into up to 300,000 dematerialized, common bearer bonds, each of a nominal value of 1,000 euros.
The bonds to be issued will be offered up for subscription to investors by means of a public offering in Greece, via the electronic book-building service of the Athens Stock Exchange (ATHEX), registered with the Dematerialized Securities System, and admitted to trading in the Fixed Income Securities segment of the Regulated Market of the Athens Exchange.
The Athens Exchange ascertained that the conditions for admission to trading of the Bonds in the Fixed Income Securities segment of the Regulated Market of the Athens Exchange have been met, in principle.