Alfa-Bank’s (Ukraine) shareholder ABH Ukraine Limited successfully registered five Eurobond issues amounting to USD 72.5 mln and EUR 50 mlnOn September 22, 2020, ABH Ukraine Limited, a shareholder of JSC "ALFA BANK", which owns 42.4% of the bank's shares, completed five new Eurobond issues.
Two issues are in the form of loan participation notes (LPN) for USD 50 mln with the maturity date October 15, 2024 (ISIN XS2228241175, 4 year tenor) at the interest rate 9.5% per annum and for EUR 50 mln with the maturity date July 15, 2023 (ISIN XS2228240367, up to 3 year tenor) at the interest rate 5.5% per annum, and three issues are in the form of credit-linked notes (CLN) for USD 4.5 mln (ISIN XS2237331587) and two for USD 9 mln (ISINs XS2237331660, XS2237331314) with the common maturity date January 15, 2023 (up to 2.5 year tenor) at the interest rate 8.75% per annum paid quarterly for all the issues. The level of yields on the issues indicates the current situation on the international capital markets.
The Eurobonds were issued pursuant to the rules specified by the Regulation "S" of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. The LPN issues are listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
As of the publication date, there were 16 issues of ABH Ukraine Limited in circulation, including 13 issues in USD and three issues in euro, 7 issues have been repaid.
ABH Holdings S.A. (ABHH) is a privately owned Luxembourg-based investment holding company investing into several banking groups in the CIS and Europe. ABHH includes Alfa-Bank (Russia), Alfa-Bank (Ukraine), Ukrsotsbank (Ukraine), Alfa-Bank (Belarus), Alfa-Bank (Kazakhstan) and Amsterdam Trade Bank N.V.
Alfa-Bank (Ukraine), registered in Ukraine in January 2001, ranks among the largest banks in Ukraine. Alfa-Bank (Ukraine) operates in all key sectors of the banking sphere.