The proceeds of the bond will be used to refinance the company's existing HRK 200m corporate bond and for general corporate purposes including financing of certain capital expenditures.
Through this transaction the EBRD will support the development of local capital markets, offering additional supply of local currency denominated assets to local pension and investment funds that currently have relatively few investment options apart from government securities and a very limited number of local corporate/FI issues in Croatia (just nine issuances in total since 2015). The new bonds will be listed on the Zagreb Stock Exchange ("ZSE"). Furthermore, this new issue will demonstrate that local markets can provide a viable and sustainable source of HRK funds for local corporates.
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