New EUR 500 million senior unsecured transaction for NIBC
24 January 2017 NIBC Bank launched a EUR 500 million senior unsecured transaction. The deal has a 5 year maturity and was priced at MS+140bps.
NIBC appoints Markus Buncsak as CEO of NIBC Bank Deutschland AG
NIBC announces the appointment of Markus Buncsak as the Chief Executive Officer for its German banking activities, NIBC Bank Deutschland AG, as per 1 February 2017.
Spanish multinational SAICA acquires Benelux flexible packaging business with advice from NIBC
NIBC has advised SAICA, a leading European manufacturer of recycled paper for corrugated cardboard, on the acquisition of Schut, Hellema, and Lemapack from Flexible Packaging Holding.
New Rotterdam Port Fund to invest in fast-growing companies
NIBC is among the founders of the Rotterdam Port Fund, a new EUR 75m closed-end investment fund aimed at fast-growing, innovative companies that contribute to a transition of the port economy.
Driving growth by fintech innovator
NIBC acted as lead arranger and lender for a tailor-made structured financing solution in US$ 35 million financing round in November, 2016 to support BillFront at this decisive moment in its development.
Swift support for Van der Valk hotel expansion
We assisted our long term entrepreneurial client at their most decisive moment. We structured, internally approved and documented the facility before the required deadline, allowing Van der Valk to secure the property and realise its plans.
Supporting growth ambitions of top vegetable grower
In 2016, NIBC provided an additional senior facility for VDG to expand its greenhouse by 3.5 hectares, one year ahead of its original growth plan.
NIBC promotes 3 commercial executives in newly formed Executive Committee
NIBC will promote Saskia Hovers, Michel Kant and Caroline Oosterbaan to executive commercial roles for Corporate Banking Sectors, Retail Banking and Corporate Banking Products.
Fast financing helps Dutch baker Pandriks expand abroad
A quick, one-stop financing solution for fast-growing Dutch baker Pandriks is helping it meet the increased demand for its high-quality, additive-free ‘bake-off’ breads and enter new markets in Germany and Austria.