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SAZKA GR. 5.20/24

Bond information

SAZKA Group as issues bonds with a fixed interest rate of 5.20% pa Interest is paid semiannually. The nominal value of one bond is 10,000 CZK, the expected total nominal value of the issue is 6,000,000,000 CZK. The bonds are due in 2024, the issuer has the option to partially repay the bonds no earlier than 2 years after the issue date.

Characteristics

The issuer of the bonds is the company SAZKA Group, as, established with the aim of holding, financing and managing shares in the Group's lottery and gaming companies. The issuer is owned by the company KKCG AG, indirectly controlled by Mr. Karl Komárek. The SAZKA Group is one of the largest European lottery and gaming groups. It is the sole shareholder of the Czech lottery company SAZKA a.s., it has significant shares in the dominant lottery company OPAP in Greece, which also operates in Cyprus, and an almost 38.16% stake in the company CASAG, which controls Österreichische Lotterien. On the Italian market, the Group is represented by a 32.50% stake in LOTTOITALIA.

Basic data

Emission

CZK

Date of issue

23/09/2019

Subscription period

8/15/2020

Total issue volume

6,000,000,000 CZK

The face value of the bond

10,000 CZK

100%

Issue rate

5.20%

Interest

Half-yearly, always on 23 March and 23 September.

Payment of coupons

23/09/2024

Due date

CZ0003522930

ISIN

Quotation

BCPP

Target markets

Non-Professional Investor, Professional Investor, Eligible Counterparty

Client category

Informed investor, Experienced investor

Knowledge and experience

<5 years

Investment horizon

Protection and growth

Investment objective

Yes

Ability to bear losses

4

Risk tolerance

Prospectus for download

SAZKA GR. 5,20/24 - prospectus

Characteristics

The communication is not a proposal by Imperium Finance s.r.o. to conclude a contract. Investment instruments are associated with the risk of fluctuations in the current value of the invested amount, or the income from it, and the return of the originally invested amount is not guaranteed. To obtain net income values, the investor must take into account the fees charged by the company according to the valid price list and any taxation, which depends on the investor's personal circumstances and may change. Imperium Finance cautions investors with a home currency other than that of the particular investment vehicle that returns may rise or fall due to fluctuations in exchange rates. The communication is only informative, it does not replace the bond prospectus. Imperium Finance points out that the target market was not taken into account in the message - you may be outside the target market or even in the negative target market of the listed investment instruments.

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