Immo Helvetic - Kapitalerhöhung mit Bezugsrecht

Immo Helvetic

Augmentation de Capital / Kapitalerhöhung - Immo Helvetic - Kapitalerhöhung mit Bezugsrecht






Pascal Delessert


De : Bank J. Safra Sarasin - Real Estate Hub Switzerland <>
Envoyé : lundi, 25 avril 2022 17:37
À : Bank J. Safra Sarasin - Real Estate Hub Switzerland <>
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Objet : Immo Helvetic : Kapitalerhöhung mit Bezugsrecht



Immo Helvetic





Immo Helvetic – Kapitalerhöhung mit Bezugsrecht über maximal CHF 74.4 Millionen


In der Zeit vom 9. bis 18. Mai 2022 (12.00 Uhr MESZ) führt die Fondsleitung für den Immo Helvetic eine Kapitalerhöhung von maximal CHF 74.4 Millionen durch. Dreizehn (13) bisherige Anteile berechtigen zum Bezug von einem (1) neuen Anteil zum Ausgabepreis von je CHF 186.00 netto.


Valor | ISIN Anteilscheine

277’010 | CH0002770102

Valor | ISIN Bezugsrechte

117’400’423 | CH1174004239


CHF 186.00 netto je neuem Anteil


1 : 13

Anzahl bestehende Anteile


Anzahl neue Anteile (maximal)



9. bis 18. Mai 2022, 12:00 Uhr (MESZ)


9. bis 16. Mai 2022


31. Mai 2022


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