REMINDER: BluOr Bank AS bond public offering
From May 16, 2022, 10:00 EEST BluOr Bank AS bonds (ISIN code LV0000802569) public offer subscription process is launched. The Subscription process closing date is May 27, 2022, 15:30 EEST.
Up to 7 000 bonds are being publicly offered to investors in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia. In case of over-subscription, BluOr Bank has the right to increase the volume of the offering by up to 3 000 Bonds and the offering may also be decreased by the amount unsubscribed.
The offer price is 1000 EUR per one bond which is equal to the nominal value of a bond. The interest rate of the unsecured bonds is 7% per annum. Interest is paid out quarterly. The bonds will be registered in the Nasdaq CSD under the ISIN code LV0000802569.
The Subscription Offer will be carried out using the Stock Exchange Trading system and Nasdaq CSD.
Offering via Stock Exchange Trading System (for investors in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia)
Market: RSE Equities IPO (Genium INET trading system)
Order book: BORABONDIPO (LV0000802569)
The auction period during which the order collection will take place is:
May 16, 2022 from 10:00 until 16:00;
May 17 – May 26, 2022 from 09:00 until 16:00;
May 27, 2022 from 09:00 until 15:30.
Settlement date: June 1 , 2022
All Nasdaq Riga Members, having access to Genium INET trading system may participate in the offering by submitting orders on own account or on behalf of its clients.
Offering via Nasdaq CSD (for investors in Estonia)
An Estonian investor wishing to subscribe for the Offer Bonds must contact their bank, which manages the Nasdaq CSD securities account of the respective investor.
The Prospectus and the Final Terms in English and the translation of Issue Specific summary into English, Latvian, Estonian and Lithuanian languages are available in electronic form on the website of BluOr Bank AS https://www.bluorbank.lv/en/investors
Auction rules, Prospectus and Final Terms are also available in the attachments.
+371 26 631 153
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