Mainor Ulemiste 5.5% 5Y bond

About issuer

Name: Mainor Ülemiste AS 
Core business: Real estate development
Date of registration: 29.12.1997 
Auditor: AS Deloitte Audit Eesti
Date of Admission to Trading: November 12, 2015 (First North Bond List) 
Certified adviser: Redgate Capital
Market: Nasdaq Tallinn
Other listings: -

Management Board:
Margus Nõlvak, Rein Suurväli, Ursel Velve

Background Information 

Mainor Ülemiste is successor of heavy machinery facory Dvigatel that was established in 1899. The objective of Mainor Ülemiste is building a contemporary city district in the 36-hectare territory of former Dvigatel factory as a new home for innovative and knowledge-driven companies. The new district called Ülemiste City highly values inspiration – something that no creative people or successful businesses can do without. Mainor Ülemiste is a company that creates new type business environments following the Smart City Concept.  Today in Ülemiste City - the largest business campus is Baltic region -  there is 330 companies with total 8000 employees. More than 130 000 sq meters of modern office space has been developed. 

Two-thirds of Ülemiste City campus development is being undertaken by Mainor Ülemiste AS. One third is developed by Technopolis Ülemiste AS, a firm that is 49% owned by Mainor Ülemiste and 51% owned by the publicly traded Finnish commercial real estate and auxiliary services company Technopolis PLC.

More info ulemistecity.com

Documents
Articles of Association (est)


Contact Details 
Address: Valukoja 8, 11415 Tallinn, Estonia
Telephone: +372 5304 6992
E-mail: info@mainorulemiste.ee
Internet webpage: http://mainorulemiste.ee/
Contact person: Andrey Strizhalov, Chief Financial Officer, andrei.strizalov@mainorulemiste.ee


Issuer documents

Event type Document date Documents
Admission 2018, January Company description – EN (7.3 MB)
Terms and conditions – EN (245.0 KB)
Terms and conditions - Annex 1 – EN (90.0 KB)
Admission 2015, November Company description – EN (5.7 MB)
Terms and conditions – EN (252.5 KB)