Trades in Obuv Rossii bonds began on the MICEX Quotation List B
On 20 on April 2012, in the quotation list “B” of the MICEX SE, trading in bonds of LLC Obuvrus (a subsidiary of LLC Obuv Rossii) of the 01 series began. The company's bonds were included in this list according to the decision of the MICEX stock exchange 16 April 2012 year. “The inclusion of our company's bonds in the quotation list“ B ”indicates the high quality of our securities, serves as an important indicator for investors and indicates the reliability of our company as an issuer. This MICEX decision will allow us to increase the investment attractiveness of the shoe business and expand the pool of investors, ”comments Anton Titov, director of Obuv Rossii.
We remind you that OOO Obuvrus has placed on the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange the debut bond loan of the 01 series in the amount of 700 million rubles on 1 on July 2011 of the year. The organizers of the loan were OJSC AKB Svyaz-Bank, LLC UniService Capital and OJSC CB Accept. The maturity period of bonds is 3 years from the start date of the placement. The first coupon rate was set based on the collection of applications for the purchase of bonds in the amount of 12,25% per annum. The state registration number of the issue is 4-01-16005-R dated 10 on May 2011.
Obuv Rossii Group of Companies is a federal shoe retail company, one of the five largest shoe retailers in Russia. It develops two networks - Westfalika (single brand, mid-price segment) and Pedestrian (economy network), as well as the brand of inexpensive youth shoes Emilia Estra. Today, 180 stores of the company operate in 56 cities of Siberia, the Urals, the central part of Russia, the Volga region and the Far East. Revenues in 2011 amounted to 2,203 billion rubles. In January 2012, the rating agency Expert RA raised the credit rating of the company to level “A” - a high level of reliability. Obuv Rossii became the laureate of the “Company of the Year-2010” award (organized by RBC) in the nomination “For Contribution to the Development of the Retail Market”.