Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA Places Bonds

Monday, June 15, 2009

Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA reported it has successfully completed a placement in the Norwegian bond market.

The company has through a combination of placement of own bonds in WWI13 and by tapping the same loan in aggregate placed a total amount of NOK 560.5 million. WWI13 has final maturity November 15, 2012.

In connection with the placement, Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA has bought back bonds amounting to NOK 65 million in WWI11 (NO 001027575.3), NOK 75 million in WWI16 (NO 001030107.0) and NOK 80 million in WWI06 (NO 00102504.8).

The above mentioned transactions resulted in the following changes:

WWI13 - issued amount increased from NOK 800 million to NOK 1 billion. WW ASA's own holdings decreased from NOK 489 million to NOK 128.5 million.

WWI06 - no change of issued amount. WW ASA's own holdings increased from NOK 196 million to NOK 276 million.

WWI16 - no change of issued amount. WW ASA's own holdings increased from NOK 130 million to NOK 205 million.

WWI11 - no change of issued amount. WW ASA's own holdings increased from NOK 371.5 million to NOK 436.5 million.

Pareto Securities has been the manager of the transaction.

 

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