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NKF advises EFG International on EUR 251m cash offer and issuance of CHF 180m in new Tier 2 Notes
Niederer Kraft & Frey has advised global private banking group EFG International (SIX: EFGN) in connection with its cash offer and consent solicitation to the holders of EFG Fiduciary Certificates, financed through the issuance of new Tier 2 resettable subordinated notes guaranteed by EFG International. BNP Paribas (Suisse) SA and UBS Investment Bank acted as Joint Lead Managers.
EFG International has accepted EUR 251 million in EFG Fiduciary Certificates, representing approximately 95 per cent of the EFG Fiduciary Certificates outstanding, and issued CHF 180 million in new Tier 2 Notes.
The NKF team consisted of Philippe Weber and Daniel Bono, assisted by senior associate Gian-Andrea Caprez and associate Luca Bianchi. Daniela Schmucki and Markus Kronauer provided tax advice.
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Der Finanzbereich ist auch in der Schweiz einer der am stärksten regulierten Wirtschaftzweige. Sich darin zurechtzufinden ist nicht immer einfach. Nachfolgende Ausführungen sollen dazu einen Einstieg vermitteln. Sie zeigen, dass die Schweiz im Gegensatz zum Ausland und abgesehen vom Bereich der kollektiven Kapitalanlagen und der Versicherungsprodukte, was die Zulässigkeit von grenzüberschreitend angebotenen Finanzdienstleistungen anbelangt, ein sehr liberales Regime kennt.- Niederer Kraft & Frey
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