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Nordic Corporate Investments offers 3-years bond with a 5 % in interest rate

» Nordic Corporate Investments offers 3-years bond with a 5 % in interest rate

The debt fund Nordic Corporate Investments (“NCI”) is opening for capital increase and placement of a 3-year bond with an interest rate of 5 % p.a., both targeting professional investors.

Dansk Merchant Capital (“DMC”) is management company for NCI. The debt fund invests in loans granted directly to Danish companies as senior and subordinated loans, acquisition financing and high vield- bonds. The company has created an average return on equity of 12 % since establishment in 2008.

Capital increase and placement of 3-year bond

NCI is planning a capital increase and placement of a 3-year bond with an annual interest rate of 5 %. The bond is secured by security interest in NCI’s assets and is thereby ranked senior. Professional investors interested in the bond – and/or interested in investing equity capital in NCI – can contact Jørgen Beuchert, mobile +45 4199 8250 or jorgen.beuchert@dmc.dk. For more information about Danish Merchant Capital and Nordic Corporate Investments, see www.dmc.dk

Nordic Corporate Investments
In 2008, based on DMC’s yearlong experience with investments in leveraged loans, DMC established NCI – one of the first Danish investment funds focusing on investments in credit instruments. DMC has, based on fundamental analysis, invested in a number of Nordic companies. Through the financial crisis, DMC managed to avoid any credit loss in NCI. NCI invests in senior loans, 2nd lien, mezzanine/subordinated loans and corporate bonds with primary focus on the Nordics and secondary focus on other Northern European countries. Since establishment, NCI has paid dividend every year. NCI is established as a typical investment fund with an independent professional board and investment committee. NCI has paid-in equity capital of DKK 101 million
Today, NCI is owned by Bikubefonden and Dansk Merchant Capital.