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19.01.2020

Wienerberger: Wienerberger, world’s largest producer of bricks and a leading supplier of clay roof tiles, concrete pavers and pipe systems in Europe, for the first time opted for a sustainability-oriented form of finance. The corporate bond is being refinanced through a syndicated bank loan funded via Oesterreichische Kontrollbank. The interest payable on the loan is linked not only to the usual bank covenants, but also to the company’s sustainability rating. An improvement in the Wienerberger Group’s sustainability performance therefore results in lower financing costs. CEO Heimo Scheuch: Through our first green financing we are strengthening our balance sheet and reaffirming our commitment to sustainability. In 2020, we will continue to pursue the implementation of our strategy at full speed, now deriving the added benefit of lower financing costs."
Wienerberger: weekly performance: -4.12%

M&A: Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe (CEE/SEE) looks set to retain its position as a hub for M&A, according to a new survey from Mergermarket and Wolf Theiss. Eighty-nine percent of respondents said that their previous experiences of doing deals in CEE/SEE have made it more likely that they will invest again. The report, M&A Spotlight: CEE, polled 150 senior-level executives from both corporates and private equity (PE) firms about their experiences of M&A in CEE/SEE and their expectations for the future. Over two-thirds of corporates (68%) and 78% of PEs surveyed say they expect to make an acquisition in the region in the next two years. This may in part be due to the steady rate of deal volume in the region (481 deals in both 2018 and 2019) against the background of a global drop-off. And while overall value for CEE/SEE M&A fell 17% in 2019 to €19.6bn, this was less steep than the 23% drop in M&A value in Western Europe over the same period. Horst Ebhardt, partner at Wolf Theiss Austria, explains how this trend is likely to continue as new markets are continually discovered in the region: “The CEE/SEE region’s economic growth has outstripped that of Western Europe for several years, and many markets remain under-penetrated and underdeveloped in sectors ranging from infrastructure to healthcare, from modern retail to tourism.”

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (15/01/2020)


 

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