On June 27, income was paid on the second coupon of bonds of the 01 series of LLC Obuvrus LLC (part of Obuv Rossii group of companies) (state registration number 4-01-16005-R of May 10 of 2011 of the year). The total amount of payments for the second coupon amounted to 42 756 000 rubles (61 ruble 08 kopecks per bond), which corresponds to the coupon rate of 12,25% per annum. The coupon yield obligation has been fully fulfilled.
Obuvorus LLC placed a debut bond loan of the 01 series in the amount of 700 million rubles in the summer of 2011. The loan maturity is three years from the date of placement. Offer is available in 1,5 of the year. Securities have 6 coupon periods lasting 182 days. The rate of 1-3 coupons is 12,25% per annum. Early redemption of bonds is not provided. The organizers of the loan are OJSC AKB Svyaz-Bank, LLC UniService Capital and OJSC CB Accept. In April 2012, Obuvrus LLC bonds were included in the quotation list “B” of the MICEX SE.
The funds that the company earned from the placement of the bonded loan were used to implement the investment program until 2015. In the next 3-5 years, Obuv Rossii will invest more than 1 billion rubles in the development of a network of shoe stores. In 2011 and the first half of 2012, the company opened 80 stores throughout Russia.
Obuv Rossii Group of Companies is a federal shoe retail company, one of the five largest shoe retailers in Russia. It is developing two networks - Westfalika (single brand, mid-price segment) and Pedestrian (economy network), as well as the brand of inexpensive youth shoes Emilia Estra. Today, the company's 180 stores, including franchising, operate in 56 cities across the country. The revenue of Shoe of Russia in 2011 is 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”.