Deals & Cases

Schellenberg Wittmer advises ams AG on its issuance of Convertible Bonds in the amount of EUR 760 million


On 27 October 2020, SIX-listed ams AG, Premstätten, Austria, a leading worldwide supplier of high performance sensor solutions, issued EUR 760 million 2.125% bonds due 2027 and convertible into ordinary shares of ams AG. The bonds have been admitted to trading on the Open Market (Freiverkehr) of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. HSBC, Morgan Stanley and UBS have acted as Joint Global Coordinators and Joint Bookrunners and Commerzbank, Crédit Agricole CIB, Deutsche Bank, and UniCredit have acted as Joint Bookrunners.

Schellenberg Wittmer acted as Swiss legal counsel to ams on this transaction. The team included Philippe Borens, Shawn Richard Gregory, Fabio Elsener (all Banking & Finance / Capital Markets), Lorenzo Olgiati and Pascal Hubli (both Corporate / M&A) and Michael Nordin and Roland Wild (both Taxation).


Subscribe to our Updates

*Required fields

Monthly selected key topics from our practice areas and sectors, plus Newsflashes on current events.
Monthly email with the latest updates on and summaries of the Swiss Federal Supreme Court's case law in arbitration matters.
A regular look (1 – 2 per year) from a unique M&A perspective on legal changes, economic developments and societal trends in Switzerland.
Regular insights on Swiss and international trends and legal developments in the construction industry.
Concise analyses of key trends in the fast moving world of corporate governance for the boards of Swiss companies.