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Payce is a Sydney focused medium density apartment and mixed use (retail / commercial) development and investment group. The business has been operating for more than 30 years and has established a strong track record in delivering successful projects. Payce listed on the ASX in 1978 (ASX: PAY) and has a current market capitalization in excess of $120m.

Issuer need

Payce was seeking debt to assist them in funding their development pipeline of 3,500 apartments over the next 5 years.

FIIG Solution

By issuing a Senior Secured bond, Payce gained exposure to a new investor base that provided an additional layer of capital into the group. FIIG worked closely with Payce to structure a covenant and security package that incorporated the East Village Shopping centre, a $200m+ asset that would be completed and retained by the group soon after the Notes were issued.

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James Vance Director, Debt Capital Markets
James Vance
Director, Debt Capital Markets

(02) 9697 8741
James.Vance@fiig.com.au

A proven track record of opening the Australian bond markets

FIIG has a proven track record of opening the Australian bond markets, having raised over $2.8bn of predominantly unrated bond funding across more than 70 issues.

The Debt Capital Markets team arranges long term, AUD bond financing for rated and unrated Australian and New Zealand corporates. Our funding solutions enable mid-market corporates and large private companies to diversify their funding options and optimise their capital structures.

If you would like to learn more about how FIIG can assist in the growth of your business, please visit www.fiig.com.au/debt-issuers/DCM or contact James Vance.

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