Eurivex is listing agent for Barilla bond issue
February 7, 2014 8:32 am

Barilla G. e R. Fratelli S.p.A, the global branded food corporation with a focus on pasta, sauces and bakery products, manufactured and sold both in Italy and worldwide successfully concluded the listing of its USD 150 mln Guaranteed Senior Notes issue on the Vienna Stock Exchange.

Eurivex Ltd, an EU regulated investment firm based in Cyprus acted as the Listing Agent for the listing of the notes on the MTF Market of the Vienna Stock Exchange.
The bonds, which are guaranteed and mature December 13, 2025 pay a 4.43% interest rate.

Barilla Group is the largest durum wheat pasta manufacturer in the world and maintains market leading positions with most of its brands such as Barilla, Voiello, Misko, Filiz, Yemina and Vesta. The Group is also the market leader for baked products in Italy and holds market leading positions in several bakery product categories across Europe through brands such as Mulino Bianco, Pavesi, Wasa and Harry’s.

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