Bonds and Commercial Paper

Bonds and commercial paper constitute a complement to bank financing and are used to optimise Klövern´s capital structure.

The table below shows Klövern’s outstanding bonds on 2 November 2020.

Overview of bonds

ISIN code Type                       Issue date Maturity date Fixed/Variable rate Volume, SEKm Spread over 3-month Stibor
on issue, %
SE0010831198 Unsecured Jan-18 Feb-21 Variable 1,300 3.50
SE0010546747 Secured Nov-17 Nov-21 Variable 450 1.70
SE0011063163 Unsecured Apr-18 Apr-22 Variable 2,500 4.00
SE0012702785 Unsecured Maj-19 Jun-23 Variable 700 4.25
SE0009241805 Unsecured Oct-20 Apr-24 Variable 2,000 3.25

Prospect for bonds with ISIN SE0010546747 and SE0013104205 can be found further down the page under the headings Secured MTN Program and Unsecured MTN program respectively.


Previous issues


Secured MTN Program

Klövern AB (publ) has established a Medium Term Note programme with a framework amount of SEK 10 billion, secured by a pool of properties as underlying assets and fully covered by property mortgage certificates.


Unsecured MTN Program

Klövern AB (publ) has established an unsecured Medium Term Note programme with a framework amount of SEK 10 billion. On 14 January 2021 Nykredit Bank A/S acceded to the MTN Program as dealer. Current dealers under the MTN Program are Danske Bank A/S, Danmark, Sverige Filial, Nordea Bank Abp, Nykredit Bank A/S and Swedbank AB (publ).


Green Bond Framework


Hybrid Bonds

Klövern AB (publ) has successfully issued hybrid bonds in the total amount of SEK 1,300 million under a framework amount of SEK 1,500 million. The hybrid bonds have a perpetual tenor and a floating interest rate of three-months STIBOR + 600 basis points until the first call date. The hybrid bonds are callable on 21 June 2023 and on every interest payment date thereafter.



Commercial papers work in the same way as bonds with the exception of the period to maturity, which is limited to a maximum of 364 days. Klövern’s commercial paper programme is traded via Danske Bank, Nordea and Swedbank. The programme has a framework amount of SEK 4,000 million and the outstanding volume on 30 September 2020 amounted to SEK 1,840 million.