5 December 2023. 4finance Holding S.A. (the “Group”), one of Europe’s largest digital consumer lending groups, today announces the completion of its EUR 2025 bond refinancing process, including extension of the maturity to May 2028. The Terms and Conditions of those EUR bonds were formally amended on 5 December and are available on the Group’s Bonds in Issue page.
Payment of the participation fee for investors will be processed by the Paying Agent on or around 8 December 2023.
The Group is also adding its Philippines business as a Guarantor to both its 2026 & 2028 bonds and cancelling EUR 15 million of 2028 bonds owned by the Group. These processes are expected to be finalised by end of December 2023.
Aalto Capital (Munich) and Gottex Brokers acted as financial advisors to the Group.
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Notes to Editors
Established in 2008, 4financeis one of Europe’s largest digital consumer lending groups with operations in 11 countries.
Leveraging a high degree of automation and data-driven insights across all aspects of the business, 4finance has grown rapidly, issuing over €10 billion since inception in single payment loans, instalment loans and lines of credit.
4finance operates a portfolio of market leading brands, through which, as a responsible lender, the firm offers simple, convenient and transparent products to millions of customers who are typically underserved by conventional providers.
4finance has group offices in Riga (Latvia), London and Luxembourg, and currently operates in 11 countries globally including the Philippines and Mexico. The Group also offers deposits, in addition to consumer and SME loans through its TBI Bank subsidiary, an EU licensed institution with operations primarily in Bulgaria, Romania and Greece.