Bulgarian Debt Collection Company ‘S.G Group’ Planning $135 Million Bond

Bulgarian debt collection company S.G. Group said that it placed a seven-year 236 million levs ($135 million/120.7 million euro) bond issue on December 17.

The bonds carry a fixed annual coupon of 5%, S.G. Group said in a statement last week. 

The issue comprises 236,000 bonds with a nominal value of 1,000 levs each.

S.G. Group is a wholly-owned unit of local Innovative Finances Holding.

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