Early closure of subscription period for the S IMMO bond 2019 – 2026
The subscription period for the 1.875% bond 2019 – 2026 of S IMMO AG with the aggregate principal amount of EUR 150m (ISIN AT0000A285H4) ¬will be closed early today at 17:00 CEST. This has been jointly agreed by the issuer and the joint bookrunner Erste Group Bank AG and Raiffeisen Bank International AG. Originally, the subscription period was intended to be effective from 17 to 21 May 2019.
This announcement is addressed exclusively to persons legally entitled to receive it; it serves advertising purposes and represents a marketing notification and an advertisement within the meanings of Securities Supervision Act (WAG) and Capital Market Act (KMG) It does not constitute financial analysis or advice relating to financial securities. It is neither a recommendation nor an offer, invitation or solicitation to purchase or sell securities of S IMMO AG (the “Company”) and is not for release, publication or distribution in or into the United States of America, Australia, Canada, Japan, Ireland, Belgium, France, Italy or the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The offer of bonds issued by the Company (the “Offer”) is made solely by means and on the basis of a base prospectus approved by the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA) on 06 May 2019 including possible supplements thereto and the final terms for each issue (the “Prospectus”). Paper copies are available free of charge from the business address of the Company at Friedrichstrasse 10, 1010 Vienna, during normal business hours and may be viewed electronically on the Company’s website (www.simmoag.at/bond2019) Only the information in the Prospectus is binding in connection with the offer. The information in this announcement is not binding. An investment in the company’s securities involves high risks especially the total loss of the invested capital. Before deciding on an investment, investors should be advised personally and on the basis of their individual equity and investment situation, they should carefully read the Prospectus, weigh the risk factors and make their final decision exclusively on this basis.