Von Der Heyden Group Finance p.l.c. (the “Issuer”) has announced the issuance of up to a €35,000,000 5% Unsecured Bond maturing in 2032, having a nominal value of €100 per Bond issued and redeemable at par. 

The Company shall be calling a meeting of the 4.4% Von Der Heyden Group 2024 (2017 VDHG Bonds) Bondholders to consider the early redemption of the 2017 VDHG Bonds in terms of the prospectus dated 30th January 2017.  Preference shall be given to the existing bondholders. 

A copy of the prospectus is available here. 

If you wish to apply for these bonds, kindly follow the How to Apply section at the bottom of this news item or contact us on +25 688 688, [email protected] or via live chat on ww.cc.com.mt for more information. 

BUSINESS OVERVIEW: 

The Group’s main business activities focus on the development of significant real estate projects, which represent the key driver for the Group’s financial performance and wealth accumulation. Over the years, the Group has sought to diversify its activities and entered various other segments, including real estate services, accommodation and catering, yachting and other private equity type of investments, where the Group has an involvement or investment as an associate undertaking. Operations are spread across Germany, Poland, Ukraine, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Montenegro and Malta.  

USE OF PROCEEDS

The proceeds from the Bond Issue, which net of Bond Issue expenses are expected to amount to approximately €34,400,000, will be on-lent by the Issuer to the Guarantor, pursuant to a loan agreement to be entered into between the Issuer and the Guarantor for the purpose, and will be utilised for the following purposes, in the following amounts and order of priority: 

  1. an amount of €25,250,000 of the Bond Issue net proceeds will be used for the redemption of the outstanding amount of 2017 VDHG Bonds remaining in issue as at or about 16 December 2022, being the expected date of redemption of the 2017 VDHG Bonds as determined by the Issuer and duly notified to 2017 Existing VDHG Bondholders, including payment of the Redemption Premium to 2017 Existing VDHG Bondholders; 
  1. an amount of €4,000,000 of the Bond Issue net proceeds will be used for the purpose of part financing the continued development of the Andersia Silver project in Poznań, Poland, details of which are set out in sub-section 5.3.1 of the Registration Document; and 
  1. the remaining balance of the Bond Issue net proceeds in an amount of circa €5,150,000 will be used for the general corporate funding purposes of the Group. 

HOW TO APPLY

Our Moneybase Invest clients can apply online whilst our Financial Advisory clients can speak to their Financial Advisor at one of our four branches (Mosta, Sliema, Birkirkara and Fgura) by calling us on +25 688 688. 

Should you prefer to use our Moneybase Invest platform, kindly follow the instructions below:  

If you are a holder of the existing 4.4% Von Der Heyden Group 2024 bonds, enter the instrument name 5% Von Der Heyden 2032 – Exchange to exchange your existing bonds for New Bonds. You can also apply for Additional Bonds using the instrument 5% Von Der Heyden 2032 – Additional

New subscribers can apply by using instrument name 5% Von Der Heyden 2032 – New Applicant.  

The minimum application amount is €2,000 and in multiples of €100 thereafter. 

Non-nominee applications will be subject to a €25 fee. 


The value of the investment can go down as well as up and past performance is not necessarily indicative of future performance. Investing in bonds of the Issuer may result in a loss of some or all of the capital invested. This communication is for information purposes and should not be construed as an invitation or recommendation. 

The bonds may not be suitable for all investors and prospective investors are urged to consult their Financial Advisor prior to investing in bonds of the Issuer and to read the Base Prospectus, including the Risk Factors contained therein, and the Final Terms, available from www.cc.com.mt or www.vonderheydengroup.com. Prospective investors are advised that CCIS is not required to undertake an appropriateness assessment and investors do not benefit from the corresponding protection afforded under the Conduct of Business rules. 

This communication has been approved for issue by Calamatta Cuschieri Investment Services Limited, licensed to undertake investment services in Malta by the MFSA under the Investment Services Act, Cap 386. CCIS, Ewropa Business Centre, Triq Dun Karm, Birkirkara BKR 9034, Malta.