Nasdaq Welcomes Modus Group Bonds to the Baltic First North Market

29.03.2021 VLN

Vilnius/Riga/Tallinn, Nasdaq Baltic Market, March 29, 2021 – Nasdaq (NDAQ) announces that the second public bond issue by Modus Group was admitted to trading on the Nasdaq Baltic First North bond market by Nasdaq Vilnius on March 29, 2021. Funds raised in the issue will be used to finance renewable energy projects and the development of sustainable mobility business.

The 3-year bonds issued by Modus Group, which owns and manages renewable energy, mobility services, car trade and other businesses, have an issue size of EUR 8 million. The nominal value of one bond is EUR 100. The bonds have an annual interest rate of 5% with coupon payments twice a year. The bonds will mature on December 4, 2023.

“Our sincere congratulations to Modus Group on its bond listing,” says Saulius Malinauskas, the President of the Nasdaq Vilnius Stock Exchange. “Modus Group began writing its securities market success story back in 2015 and continues to take advantage of benefits provided by the capital market.”

“We highly value the trust investors have shown in the group even in the heat of the pandemic. We were pleased to attract more demand than was expected and place the entire issue at once. This was the second public offering by Modus Group, with which we refinanced the first EUR 5 million issue and raised an additional EUR 3 million,” says Erika Zakarauskienė, Modus Group’s Chief Financial Officer.

The bonds were distributed by Šiaulių bankas. The law firm Sorainen is Modus Group‘s certified adviser. In total, three bond issues have been included in the Nasdaq Baltic First North market at the level of the entire group.

About Modus Group

Modus Group story began in 1993 in Lithuania. During more than 27 years, Modus Group have grown to a successful international business, currently operating in 12 European countries: the Baltics, the Netherlands, Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Spain and others. Modus Group mainly focuses on renewable energy (Green Genius), mobility services (CityBee), smart parking solutions (Parkdema) and auto business. Today the company unifies 14 automobile brands, including Porsche, Bentley, BMW, Fiat, Maserati and other big names of car industry. For more information, see modusgroup.

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