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SECURITY AND PRIORITIES 1. What are the most common forms of security granted in relation to immovable and movable property? Are any specific formalities required for their creation and perfection (that is, made valid and enforceable)- Wenger Plattner
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On 4 May 2016, AMAG Leasing AG closed its second auto lease securitization transaction. The transaction was structured as a dual trance transaction involving the issuance of notes with various terms, issued by two separate SPVs. Swiss Car ABS 2016-1 AG (the 2016-1 Issuer) issued CHF 200,000,000 0.15 percent Asset-Backed Class A Notes due 2026 (2y soft bullet) and CHF 15,000,000 1.125 percent Asset-Backed Class B Notes due 2026 (2y soft bullet) and Swiss Car ABS 2016-2 AG (the 2016-2 Issuer) issued CHF 300,000,000 0.30 percent Asset-Backed Class A Notes due 2026 (4y soft bullet). The Notes issued are listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange and are each backed by a portfolio of auto lease assets originated by AMAG Leasing AG and transferred to the Issuers. The Class Notes are rated "AAAsf" by Fitch and "Aaa(sf)" by Moody’s and the Class B Notes are rated «AA+sf» by Fitch and «A1(sf)» by Moody’s. UBS Investment Bank acted as Lead Manager, Sole Bookrunner and Co-Arranger, Credit Suisse and Zürcher Kantonalbank acted as Senior Co-Manager and StormHarbour acted as Co-Arrangers and Co-Manager (Class B Notes) on this transaction.
Following completion of the acquisition of the Lake Region Medical groupe by Greatbatch, Inc. and the renaming of Lake Region Medical into INTEGER, Greatbatch contributed in multiple capital increases own shares to Swiss-based P Medical Holding AG/INTEGER (Switzerland) GmbH, which were swapped against shares in the Irish-based Lake Region Medical Holdings Limited. The transaction was completed by a down-stream merger of P Medical Holding AG into its subsidiary INTEGER (Switzerland) GmbH.
Hospitality and food service industry company Mövenpick invests in Chinese wine wholesaler Cheers by acquiring a strategic stake. Cheers has 30 branch offices in the greater Beijing area and currently generates annual revenues of roughly three million Swiss francs. Mövenpick is a Swiss group of companies with global presence. Its core competency lies in the hospitality business, with a focus on gastronomy, hotels, wine and premium branded products.
Swiss Life Ltd has successfully placed a CHF 450 million undated subordinated bond, first callable in September 2021 (coupon until first call date: 3.75%) and a CHF 150 million dated subordinated bond with final maturity in 2046, first callable in September 2026 (coupon until first call date: 4.375%).
23 March 2016: J. Safra Sarasin Holding AG to acquire Credit Suisse (Monaco) S.A.M. and Credit SuissMit Aktienkaufvertrag vom 22. März 2016 erwarb die J. Safra Sarasin Holding AG von der Credit Suisse AG alle Aktien der Credit Suisse (Monaco) S.A.M. Der Vollzug der Transaktion steht unter dem Vorbehalt üblicher Bedingungen, einschliesslich der Zustimmung der Behörden. Der Vollzug der Transaktion soll noch vor Ende 2016 erfolgen. Mit der Transaktion würde eine der grössten Bankengruppe in Monaco entstehen.
We are delighted to announce that Theodor Härtsch has joined Walder Wyss as new partner on 21 January 2016.
In a cross-border transfer Oriflame Cosmetics Global S.A., Luxembourg has transferred certain assets to Oriflame Cosmetics AG.
The two Swiss web TV platforms Teleboy and Wilmaa entered into a joint venture arrangement. The joint venture's purpose is to coordinate the marketing activities of Teleboy and Wilmaa through a jointly held service company. Each of the joint venture partners has a 50% stake in the service company.
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On March 3, 2013, the Swiss people voted in a nationwide ballot in favor of the so called “rip-off” initiative by the businessman-turned-politician Thomas Minder...