Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised CTP B.V. (CTP) on the issuance of €500 million 0.750% green bonds due 2027, which are admitted to trading on the Global Exchange Market of Euronext Dublin.
“This is another demonstration of our ability to successfully guide pioneering capital markets transactions, as well as being another example of the support that our market leading and internationally-recognised sustainable finance practice provides to our clients,” said White & Case local partner Eva Svobodová, who co-led the Firm’s deal team.
Citigroup, ING Bank, J.P. Morgan and UBS acted as joint lead managers. The transaction follows the establishment of CTP’s €4 billion Euro Medium Term Note Programme, under which the green bonds have been issued, and the successful debut international offering of €650 million 2.125% green bonds due 2025 and issuance of €400 million 0.625% green bonds due 2023 thereunder, on which White & Case advised CTP during 2020.
CTP Group is one of Europe’s top five logistics property players, and the largest full service owner-developer of prime industrial and logistics property in Central & Eastern Europe (CEE), with a portfolio of 100 premium business industrial parks in key logistics hubs in CEE.
The White & Case team that advised on the transaction was co-led by local partner Eva Svobodová (Prague) and partners Stuart Matty and James Greene (both London), and included partner Václav Kubr (Prague) and associates Erik Illmann, Jan Vacula (both Prague) and Nikita Thakrar (London).
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