Appleby acts as Jersey counsel for placement of seven-year Eurobond
Appleby has acted as Jersey counsel for Atrium European Real Estate in relation to the successful placement of a EUR350m (£295m) unsecured seven-year Eurobond, maturing in April 2020 and bearing a fixed coupon of four per cent per annum.
The proceeds of the issue will strengthen Atrium’s liquidity and will be used for general corporate purposes, including acquisitions, as and when identified, as well as the refinancing of its existing secured debt.
The Appleby team was led by Mark Lewis, a corporate and commercial partner in Jersey, and assisted by associate Christopher Spencer. Lead lawyers for Atrium were from Skadden Arps; Deutsche Bank and HSBC acted as the lead managers and underwriters and were represented by Clifford Chance.
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