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Covenant Tear Sheet
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Italian loan and real estate service company DoValue has launched a new five-year €265 million senior secured bond to prepay a bridge facility used in the acquisition of 80% of the share capital of FPS Loans and Credits Claim Management Company S.A (FPS) by DoValue Greece Holding S.M.S.A. (FPS HoldCo). It is contemplated that FPS HoldCo will merge into FPS. Continue reading for the Debt Explained by Reorg team's analysis of the company's capital structure and a sneak preview of the covenant tear sheet.
The bond will have two years’ non-call protection and thereafter can be redeemed at 50%, 25% and finally at par. The company and the issue are currently rated BB Stable by S&P and Fitch. The bond will be listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange and governed by New York Law.
Investor meetings will be taking place until tomorrow, with pricing expected after.
Reorg’s tear sheet below is a synthesized legal and financial analytic tool providing covenant and structural highlights to empower you in making your investment decision. A capital structure prepared by Reorg can be found at the end.
DoValue’s capital structure is below:
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