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VDHG trades Bonds on the Malta Stock Exchange

The Malta Independent)

Von der Heyden Group Finance p.l.c. announced the successful public offering, placement and listing of our € 25 million 4.4% unsecured bonds 2024 issued by Von der Heyden Group Finance p.l.c. guaranteed by TIMAN Investments Holdings Ltd.

The Bond is approved by the Listing Authority and trading on the Official List of the Malta Stock Exchange commenced on March 20, 2017.

Malta Stock Exchange CEO Simon Zammit welcomed the company to the fold and congratulated its Chairman Mr Sven von der Heyden and its Executive Director, Mr Robert Rottinghuis as well as Nick Calamatta of Calamatta Cuschieri on the achievement.

The Von der Heyden Group Chairman, Sven von der Heyden, said: ‘The placement and listing of a corporate bond issued by our fully owned subsidiary is a milestone for the Von der Heyden Group. We feel obliged and honoured at the same time to have more than 1.300 Bondholders and look with great expectations into the future. This placement will enhance our capability to reach our ambitious goals for the years to come.’

Von der Heyden Group Finance p.l.c. forms part of Von der Heyden Group (VDHG) which is a high quality niche player on the European Real Estate Market and has been successfully developing Class A Office buildings and Hotels in always top central and strategic locations in Germany, Poland and Spain. The Group is commonly known for its high-end finishes and quality, and at all times achieved record prices for its award winning projects, when sold.

With over 25 years sound experience and continuing presence on European markets, VDHG enjoys the trust of international financial institutions, funds and big market players, as well as embassies, governmental institutions and cities. Since 1989, a volume of investment of around Euro 350 million has been achieved in Poland, Germany and Spain. There are plans to invest further 175 million during the next 3 years, including equity and debt. New country of investment includes Malta.

Source: The Malta Independent

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