Translated version of this PSD: Slovenian
Investment in the inaugural debt capital market issuance of Pozavarovalnica Sava, d.d. ("Sava") in the form of EUR-denominated, Solvency II compliant, Tier II eligible subordinated bonds ("bonds") with a 20-year non-call 10 ("20NC10") maturity profile. The bonds are rated BBB+ by S&P and will be listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.
The operation will enable Sava to boost its capital base.
The main sources of transition impact will stem from supporting capital market development by demonstrating the viability of a Slovenian Solvency II subordinated bond issue and broadening its investor base. The project will diversify Sava's funding sources and better position it for future growth.
POZAVAROVALNICA SAVA DD
Pozavarovalnica Sava, d.d. is the holding company of the Sava Insurance Group, which is the third largest insurance group in the Adriatic region with a presence in 6 countries. The group has total assets of EUR 1.8bn and shareholder's equity of EUR 360 million. Sava is listed on the Ljubljana Stock Exchange with a market capitalisation of EUR 290 million and has an assigned long-term financial strength and issuer credit rating of A, by both S&P and AM Best.
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Environmental and Social Summary
Categorised FI (ESP 2014). Sava is required to comply with EBRD's Performance Requirements 2, 4 and 9, implement EBRD's E&S risk management procedure for insurance and submit Annual E&S Reports to the Bank.
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