March 15, 2013 09:06
Four MTS bond issues totaling 30 bln rubles accepted for trading on MICEX SE
MOSCOW. March 15 (Interfax) - Mobile TeleSystems (MTS) (RTS: MTSS) exchange traded bond series BO-01 - BO-04 totaling 30 billion rubles have been accepted for trading on MICEX SE, the exchange said in a statement.
The bond issues have been assigned identification numbers 4B02-01-04715-A - 4B02-04-04715-A.
Series BO-01 and BO-02 total 10 billion rubles each, and series BO-03 and BO-04 total 5 billion rubles each. The bonds have face value of 1,000 rubles each.
The BO-01 and BO-03 bonds have duration of 10 years each and the BO-02 and BO-04 bonds mature in 15 years.
The bonds can be redeemed early at the discretion of the issuer and at the request of the bondholders.
MTS' board of directors in December 2012 approved the placement of four bond series, 13-16, totalling 30 billion rubles. The company plans to place two 10-year issues (series 13 and 15) and two five-year issues (series 14 and 16). The bonds have face value of 1,000 rubles each.
The company now has seven issues of classic bonds in circulation totalling 85 billion rubles.
MTS is the largest mobile phone service provider in Russia and the CIS, with 100.72 million customers in Russia, Ukraine, Turkmenistan, Armenia and Belarus. The company is controlled by Vladimir Yevtushenkov's Sistema (RTS: AFKS) group.
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