According to the bank website, the project includes the standalone investment of up to EUR 25 million, but not more than 50 per cent of the issue size, in MREL-eligible senior preferred bonds ("SP Bonds") to be issued by AS LHV Group.
The Project aims to support the resilience of LHV Group, the largest domestically owned financial group in Estonia in building up loss absorption capacity and maintaining access to capital markets with bail-in-able instruments at times of heightened geopolitical and macroeconomic uncertainty and reduced investors' appetite. In addition, the Project aims at ensuring uninterrupted lending to SMEs in Estonia, directly or indirectly affected by economic consequences of the war on Ukraine.
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