Bonds and commercial papers
|Maturity||Initial amount||Issue date||Coupon||ISIN||Additional info|
|Jul 6, 2019||EUR 100,000,000||Jun 26, 2014||7.375%||FI4000100508||Stock exchange release|
|Jun 11, 2021||EUR 100,000,000||Jun 11, 2018||3.150%||FI4000330824||Stock exchange release|
|Jun 11, 2023||EUR 150,000,000||Jun 11, 2018||4.250%||FI4000330832||Stock exchange release|
In June 2018, the company tendered its EUR 100 million 6.250 per cent notes due March 25, 2020 (ISIN: FI4000148937) and its EUR 50 million 5.500 per cent notes due March 24, 2021 (ISIN: FI4000201181). The settlement date of the Tender Offer was June 11, 2018. All 2020 and 2021 Notes purchased by the Company were cancelled.
On June 5, 2018, YIT announced the issuance of senior unsecured notes of EUR 100 million and EUR 150 million. The EUR 100 million Notes mature on June 11, 2021, bear a fixed coupon interest of 3.150 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually and have an issue price of 100 per cent. The EUR 150 million Notes mature on June 11, 2023, bear a fixed coupon interest of 4.250 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually and have an issue price of 100 per cent. The Notes are callable before the final maturity.
EUR 100 million fixed rate unsecured senior bond originally issued by Lemminkäinen, maturing in July 2019 was transferred to YIT’s responsibility in connection with the registration of the execution of the merger. According to the decision made in the noteholders’ meeting on August 18, 2017, the amendments to the terms and conditions of the notes became effective when the merger was completed (the “Effective Date”) which was on February 1, 2018. Due to the completion of the merger, also the change in trading code from LEMM06072019 to YIT06072019 came into effect on February 1, 2018. The new terms and conditions of the notes include one financial covenant, monitored quarterly: equity ratio.
Commercial paper programme
YIT Corporation has a domestic EUR 400 million CP programme.
Dealers: Aktia, Danske Bank, Nordea, Pohjola, SEB, Svenska Handelsbanken and Swedbank