Erhöhung der zuvor angekündigten Pflichtwandelanleihe
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=> Das Angebot wird aufgrund der starken Investorennachfrage auf CHF 150 Mio. erhöht mit der Option, den Nominalbetrag auf bis zu CHF 180 Mio. zu erhöhen
=> Die Angebotsfrist endet voraussichtlich am 18. Juni 2021, 12:00 Uhr MEZ
Die Peach Property Group AG (Börsenkürzel: PEAN, ISIN CH0118530366), ein auf Bestandshaltung in Deutschland spezialisierter Investor mit Fokus auf Wohnimmobilien, gibt bekannt, dass sie das am 11. Juni 2021 angekündigte Angebot (das „Angebot“) von ungesicherten, nachrangigen Pflichtwandelobligationen mit Fälligkeit im Dezember 2021 (die „Obligationen“) aufgestockt hat.
Aufgrund der starken Investorennachfrage wurde die Höhe des Angebots von den zuvor angekündigten CHF 120 Mio. (wie am 11. Juni 2021 bekannt gegeben) auf CHF 150 Mio. erhöht, mit der Option, den Nominalbetrag auf bis zu CHF 180 Mio. zu erhöhen.
Wie bereits angekündigt beabsichtigt die Peach Property Group AG (die „Gesellschaft“), den Nettoerlös aus dem Angebot zur Finanzierung des kürzlich erfolgten Erwerbs von 4 300 Wohnungen in Nordrhein-Westfalen und Bremen (wie am 27. Mai 2021 angekündigt) (das „Eagle-Portfolio“) sowie für das weitere Unternehmenswachstum zu verwenden.
Bei der zugrundeliegenden Transaktionsgrösse in Höhe von CHF 150 Mio. und zum anfänglichen Wandelpreis sind die Obligationen in 2 727 272 neu auszugebende Aktien wandelbar, was 21.4% des derzeit ausstehenden Aktienkapitals der Gesellschaft entspricht. Die bei der Wandlung zu liefernden Aktien stammen aus dem auf der Generalversammlung der Gesellschaft am 27. Mai 2021 geschaffenen bedingten Kapital.
Die Angebotsfrist hat am 11. Juni 2021 begonnen und endet voraussichtlich am 18. Juni 2021, 12:00 Uhr MEZ. Die Gesellschaft behält sich das Recht vor, die Angebotsfrist zu verkürzen oder zu verlängern.
In Bezug auf das Angebot hat die Gesellschaft einer Lock-up-Sperrfrist für neue eigenkapitalbezogene und aktiengebundene Emissionen zugestimmt, die vorbehaltlich üblicher Ausnahmen 90 Kalendertage nach der Abwicklung endet.
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Über die Peach Property Group AG
Die Peach Property Group ist ein Immobilieninvestor mit einem Anlageschwerpunkt in Deutschland. Die Gruppe steht für langjährige Erfahrung, Kompetenz und Qualität. Innovative Lösungen für modernste Wohnbedürfnisse, starke Partnerschaften und eine breite Wertschöpfungskette runden das Profil ab. Das Portfolio besteht aus renditestarken Bestandsimmobilien, typischerweise in B-Städten im Einzugsbereich von Ballungszentren. Darüber hinaus entwickelt die Gruppe Immobilien für den eigenen Bestand oder zur Vermarktung von Eigentumswohnungen. Im letzteren Bereich konzentriert sich die Gruppe auf A-Standorte und Objekte mit attraktiver Architektur und gehobener Ausstattung für einen internationalen Kundenkreis. Die Aktivitäten der Gruppe umfassen die gesamte Wertschöpfungskette von der Standortbewertung über den Ankauf bis hin zum aktiven Asset Management und dem Verkauf oder der Vermietung von Immobilien.
Die Peach Property Group AG hat ihren Sitz in Zürich, der Hauptsitz der Gruppe befindet sich in Köln. Die Peach Property Group AG ist an der SIX Swiss Exchange kotiert (PEAN, ISIN CH0118530366). Der Verwaltungsrat umfasst Reto Garzetti (Präsident), Peter Bodmer, Dr. Christian De Prati, Kurt Hardt
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