January 30, 2013 13:36
MICEX admits 10 bln rubles in TransFin-M exchange bonds to trade
MOSCOW. Jan 30 (Interfax) - The MICEX Stock Exchange admitted LLC TransFin-M's (TFM) BO-16 through BO-25 exchange bonds, worth 10 billion rubles total, to trade during placement without going through the listing procedure on January 29.
In a statement, the MICEX said that these issues have been assigned identification numbers 4B02-16-36182-R through 4B02-25-36182-R.
TFM plans to place these ten exchange bond series, worth 1 billion rubles each, under open subscription on the MICEX.
Each bond has a face value of 1,000 rubles, and each issue will mature in three years.
There is a possibility of early redemption at the owner's request.
At the moment, TFM has 13 exchange bond issues worth 12.5 billion rubles and 15 classical bond issues worth 11.1 billion rubles outstanding.
TransFin-M leases railway transport, production equipment, special machinery and automobile transport. In January, OJSC RusRailLeasing acquired 94.94% of the company's charter capital. Previously, 51% of TFM's charter capital belonged to non-state pension fund Blagosostoyanie, which is controlled by OJSC Russian Railways (RTS: RZHD) (RZD). RusRailLeasing was established in 2011, mostly to finance supplies of railway machinery.
Interfax's SPARK database shows that 24.93% of RusRailLeasing belongs to CJSC RVM Capital Management Company, 24.93% to TransFinGroup (manages Blagosostoyanie funds and is the co-owner of RVM Capital), 11.59% to Victorson Investments, 15.62% - Vanwall Investments and 9.99% - Carolina Energy Hedging.
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