Juwi Seeks to Raise $13 Million in Clean Energy Bonds, FTD Says
Juwi Holding AG, a German developer of renewable-energy projects, seeks to raise 10 million euros ($13 million) selling two corporate bonds, Financial Times Deutschland reported, citing board member Matthias Willenbacher.
The five-year bonds will pay 5.75 percent and the nine-year securities have a 6.75 percent coupon, the newspaper said. The proceeds will be used to finance local renewable energy projects, FTD said.
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