MACIF Declares Its Intention to Concern Subordinated Bonds to Finance Aviva France Acquisition

PARIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–MACIF, Aéma Groupe’s affiliate, introduced on 8 June 2021 its intention to boost Euro subordinated debt within the capital market as a part of Aviva France acquisition financing. The transaction, topic to market situations, is predicted to be product of a number of Euro tranches (Restricted Tier 1, Tier 2 and/or Tier 3) and can strengthen the brand new Group capital construction and Solvency place.

Aéma Groupe’s administration workforce will conduct traders’ conferences/calls on 8, 9 and 10 June 2021. Additional data on Aéma Groupe, the proposed acquisition and the pro-forma monetary data for 2020 of Aéma Groupe (together with with the Aviva France perimeter) is obtainable on the following deal with : []

As of 31 March 2021 (with none transitional measures, and together with grandfathering on current subordinated debt):

– MACIF displayed a Solvency 2 ratio of 288% earlier than Aviva France acquisition

– Aéma Groupe displayed a Solvency 2 ratio of 215% earlier than Aviva France acquisition

Credit score Suisse is appearing as Structuring Advisor and International Coordinator, HSBC and Natixis are appearing International Coordinators and BBVA, BNP Paribas, JP Morgan, ING, RBC and Société Générale are appearing as Joint Lead Managers on this transaction.

About Aéma Groupe

Aéma Groupe is the mutual safety group ensuing from the merger between Aésio and Macif.

With 8 million policy-holders, it employs 14,000 folks and has a turnover of 8 billion euros in France.

Day-after-day, Aéma Groupe imagines the outlines of a fairer and extra humane world by putting thoughtfulness on the coronary heart of its relationship with its members, shareholders and company purchasers..

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