Allen & Overy advises quirin bank as lead manager in connection with issuance of notes by German Pellets
Allen & Overy has advised quirin bank AG as lead manager in connection with the issuance of €50,000,000 euro non-secured 7.25 per cent fixed rate notes by German Pellets GmbH, Wismar.
The notes have a principal nominal amount of €1,000 and are due in 2018. They were offered and sold by the issuer by way of a public offer to investors in Luxembourg, Germany and Austria and by quirin bank by way of private placements outside the US.
The notes have been included in trading on the Bondm segment of the open market (Freiverkehr) of the Baden-Württemberg Stock Exchange in Stuttgart.
The Allen & Overy team comprised partners Gernot Wagner (US corporate finance) and Dr Olivier Seiler, counsel Dr Knut Sauer (both capital markets) and senior associate Dr Susanne Lenz (US corporate finance, all Frankfurt).
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