Corporate Bond VGP NV


Corporate Bond VGP NV

  • Fixed annual coupon
  • 7-year term

Investing in bonds entails risks. By subscribing to the Bonds, investors give a loan to the Issuer, which undertakes to pay interest on an annual basis and to repay the principal at maturity. Investors risk losing some or all of their invested capital. Before subscribing to the Bond, investors should read the product info sheet and the prospectus, paying special attention to the risk factors.

From Friday, 9 September 2016 (9 a.m.) through Thursday, 15 September 2016 (4 p.m.) (unless the subscription period is closed early), you can subscribe to a new corporate bond (the “Bond”) of VGP NV (BE) (“the Issuer”).

Main features

Term: 7 years
Maturity Date: 21 September 2023
Issue Price:


All rates and charges on securities transactions applying at KBC Bank NV can be found at the Schedule of rates and charges.

Placement fee: 1,875%, paid by the issuer
Amount repaid at the Maturity Date: Investors are entitled to receive 100.00% of the amount invested in EUR, i.e. EUR 1,000.00 per Denomination, except in case of bankruptcy or default of the Issuer.
Investment objective: With an investment in this product one expects on a diversification of the investment portfolios.
Annual Coupon: 3,90% payable annually on 21 September each year, from September 2017 until the Maturity Date. The annual Coupon will be adjusted in the event of a step-up or step-down as a result of a change of control and/or depending on whether a financial commitment is achieved (see the prospectus for more information.) The amounts set out in this section, are annualized and before deduction of withholding tax (currently at 27%).
Yield :

The Gross Yield is 3,90% (before withholding tax), if the Bond is held until the Maturity Date. You can find more information under “Gross Yield to Maturity” in the Product info sheet.

The Yield after withholding tax (currently 27%) is 2,847% if the Bond is held until the Maturity Date. You can find more information under “Yield to Maturity after withholding tax” in the Product info sheet.

Denomination: EUR 1.000
Listing: Regulated market of Euronext Brussels.
Governing law: Belgian law.
  • These Bonds are obligations of a holding company which implies that its obligations are structurally subordinated to any security indemnified debt or debt maturing earlier of the Issuer, and are effective structurally subordinated to the substantial debt of the Joint Venture, the subsidiaries of the Joint Venture and the members of the Group (other than the issuer).
  • Because there is a possibility that the issuer of a bond may default, it is important for potential investor to have a decent spread in their investments with regard to instruments and counterparties.


Learn more

More info

  • Product info sheet (Dutch)
  • Product info sheet (French)
  • Prospectus (Dutch)
  • Summary of the Prospectus (French)
  • Early termination notice (Dutch)
  • Early termination notice (French)
  • Allocation notice (Dutch)
  • Allocation notice (French)

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