SolarWorld Completes 6.15% Euro Bond Offering for $580.13 Million

SolarWorld AG, a renewable energy company, completed a public offering of 6.15% Euro bonds due 2017, for gross proceeds of EUR400 million ($580.13 million). The bonds will be listed at the Luxembourg stock exchange. Deutsche Bank AG and J.P. Morgan Securities Ltd. acted as joint lead managers, where as Hauck & Aufhauser Privatbankiers KGaA acted as co-lead manager in the offering. Philipp Koecke, Chief Financial Officer of SolarWorld AG, commented, "With the issue of this bond we are continuing our successful ten-year stock exchange history and we are delighted with the trust that the capital market has been placing in us. This was confirmed by the fact that the bond was over subscribed twice over within a very short period of time. The bond is another building block in our sound financial basis.”


Scope of the Report

The scope of the report includes –

The information related to the debt offerings by SolarWorld AG

A brief on company – SolarWorld AG

Comparison of debt offerings deals in the Solar PV sector

The rationale behind debt offerings by SolarWorld AG

Reasons to buy

Reasons to Buy

The Deal Report attempts to focus on the reason raise funds through debt offerings by SolarWorld AG

It will allow the reader to:

1.       Understand the Drivers for the debt offerings.

2.       Analyze similar debt offerings in the Solar PV sector.

3.       Assists in understanding the Utilisation of the net proceeds generated from the deal.

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