Alexandra Stolt is an associate in the firm's Bank Finance practice in Stockholm. Alexandra's experience includes advising banks, financial institutions, private equity funds and real property funds in various types of finance transactions in relation matters including leveraged acquisition finance, secured and unsecured syndicated finance, asset and project finance and bond finance.
During the spring of 2019, Alexandra was seconded as legal counsel to DNB Bank, which is one of the leading financial institutions in the Nordic region.
Prior to joining White & Case in 2017, Alexandra practiced as an associate at another Swedish law firm.
Carnegie Investment Bank AB (publ) and Pareto Securities AS
Represented Carnegie Investment Bank AB (publ) and Pareto Securities AS as joint bookrunners on the issuance by Cabonline Group Holding AB (publ) of up to SEK 2,200,000,000 senior secured floating rate bonds due 2022. The bonds were issued for the purpose of refinancing existing debt. The Firm also assisted on the establishment of a super senior revolving credit facility and the related intercreditor arrangements. Cabonline is the leading taxi company in the Nordic region with 3,000 connected taxi firms and approximately 5,700 vehicles in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark.
Deutsche Bank AG, London Branch and Nordea Bank Abp
Represented Deutsche Bank AG, London Branch and Nordea Bank Abp, as Initial Purchasers, on the issuance by Assemblin Financing AB (publ) of €250 million senior secured floating rate notes due 2025 and the establishment of new super senior revolving credit and guarantee facilities as well as a new pension guarantee facility.
Financing in connection with TietoEVRY merger
Represented the underwriters and syndicate banks in relation to the new €950 million financing arranged in connection with the combination of Tieto Corporation and EVRY ASA consisting of a bridge loan facility, a term loan facility and a revolving credit facility.
Acted for the Bygghemma Group on an unsecured refinancing related to the listing of Bygghemma Group First AB on Nasdaq Stockholm.
Nordea Bank AB (publ), SEB (publ) and AB Svensk Exportkredit (publ)
Represented Nordea Bank AB (publ), SEB (publ) and AB Svensk Exportkredit (publ) on the EUR 405 million financing of Mekonomen AB (publ)'s acquisition of FTZ in Denmark and INTER-TEAM in Poland.
Represented FSN Capital in connection with the financing of the acquisition of IT-companies Office IT-Partner, Zetup and Dicom.
ABG Sundal Collier ASA, DNB Bank ASA and Pareto Securities AS
Represented ABG Sundal Collier ASA, DNB Bank ASA and Pareto Securities AS, as Arrangers, on the issuance by Brado AB (publ) of SEK 600 million senior secured floating rate bonds due 2023 and SEK 150 million junior floating rate bonds due 2023 governed by Swedish law. Brado, which is part of the Adolfsen Group, used the proceeds from the senior and junior bonds to acquire and refinance the private healthcare provider Frösunda Group AB. The Firm also assisted on the related intercreditor arrangements.
Carnegie Investment Bank AB (publ)
Represented Carnegie Investment Bank AB (publ) as bookrunner on the issuance by Moment Group AB (publ) of up to SEK 400 million senior unsecured floating rate notes due 2021. Moment Group, which is one of the leading actors in the experience industry in Northern Europe, used the proceeds to refinance existing debt and for general corporate purposes (including acquistions).
Quant AB (publ)
Represented Quant AB (publ), as Issuer, on the issuance of €62.5 million senior secured floating rate bonds due 2023 and €28 million junior fixed rate bonds due 2023 governed by Swedish law. Quant, which is the global leader in industrial maintenance and owned by Nordic Capital, used the proceeds from the senior and junior bonds to refinance its outstanding facility of US$125 million (and uncommitted facility of up to US$50 million). The White & Case team also assisted on the establishment of a €20 million Multi- Currency Revolving Credit Facility provided by Nordea.
Represented Nordea Bank, together with Citibank, N.A., London Branch and Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB as the original lenders, on the SEK 11 billion term facility agreement made available to Tele2 AB (publ) to finance part of the merger with Com Hem Holding AB (publ). The merger gives Com Hem a valuation of approximately SEK 26.6 billion (US$3.2 billion). Tele2 is a NASDAQ Stockholm-listed telecom operator and Com Hem is a NASDAQ Stockholm-listed TV cable company.