Meyer Burger Technology’s CHF 100 million Voluntary Incentive Offer of its convertible bonds due 2020


Meyer Burger Technology Ltd successfully completed a voluntary incentive offer to the holders of its CHF 100 million 5.5% convertible bonds due 2020.

The company offered to pay a cash incentive to the holders of the convertible bonds who elect to exercise their right to convert their bonds in accordance with the terms and conditions of the bonds into Meyer Burger registered shares.

Credit Suisse Ltd. acted as dealer manger in connection with this voluntary incentive offer.

Bär & Karrer advised Credit Suisse in this transaction. The team included Thomas U. Reutter (picture), Alexander von Jeinsen and Stefanie Walch (Capital Markets) as well as Susanne Schreiber and Markus Mühlemann (Tax).

Involved fees earner: Thomas Reutter – Bär & Karrer; Alexander von Jeinsen – Bär & Karrer; Stefanie Walch – Bär & Karrer; Susanne Schreiber – Bär & Karrer; Markus Mühlemann – Bär & Karrer;

Law Firms: Bär & Karrer;

Clients: Meyer Burger Technology;