The Grounds Real Estate Development AG increases the convertible bond 2021/2024 (ISIN: DE000A3H3FH2) by up to EUR 4.8 million to up to EUR 16.8 million
Ad-hoc notice pursuant to Article 17 of the Market Abuse Directive
The Grounds Real Estate Development AG: Increase of convertible bond 2021/2024 (ISIN: DE000A3H3FH2) by EUR 4.8 million considerably oversubscribed
Berlin, 4 October 2021 - The Grounds Real Estate Development AG (ISIN DE000A2GSVV5) has received subscription applications for all of the 4,800 partial debentures with a total nominal value of EUR 4,800,000.00 in the course of the private placement under exclusion of the shareholders' subscription rights. The issue was considerably oversubscribed.
The fully-placed partial debentures from the increase of the convertible bond 2021/2024 with a total volume of EUR 4,800,000.00 are scheduled for inclusion in the open market segment Quotation Board of Frankfurt Stock Exchange with immediate effect.
The net proceeds achieved are intended to be used for the further development of the three core business activities by expanding the portfolio holding, further building up the residential real estate portfolio for privatization and investing in project developments.
This announcement is not intended for direct or indirect publication or dissemination within and/or into the United States of America ("United States"). This announcement does not represent an offer for the sale of securities in the United States. The securities mentioned herein have not been and will not be registered under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933 in the currently valid version ("Securities Act"), and their sale or offer for sale is permissible in the United States only through the use of a derogation from the registration requirements of the Securities Act. No public offer of securities takes place in the United States.
The Grounds Real Estate Development AG
Arndt Krienen/Jacopo Mingazzini, members of the Management Board
Charlottenstraße 79-80, 10117 Berlin, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 30 2021 6866
Fax: +49 (0) 30 2021 6849
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