Iceland (UK)

1970

Private

Status: Performing

All payments are on time

All covenants met

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Amount

£200,000,000

Current Yield

6.4%

*
Estimated Yield to Maturity

5.5%

**
Maturity Date

15 Jul 2024

Interest Payment Frequency

6m

Next interest payment

15 Oct 2017

Asset Security

First ranking charge over company assets

Industry Type

Food Retail

Next Call

15 July 2019 103.375, 15 July 2020 102.25, 15 July 2021 101.25, 15 July 2022 100.0

ISIN

XS1087780166


Business Description

Iceland is a national UK food retailer specialising in frozen food with over 900 stores in the UK. They offer their customers a range of over 2,500 food SKUs including frozen, chilled and grocery products. Their products range from everyday items such as milk, eggs and bread to an extensive range of approximately 900 frozen food SKUs covering a broad spectrum from ready meals, pizzas and party food to frozen meat, fish, poultry and vegetables. Iceland are focused on the value-end of the retail market and trade from conveniently located stores throughout the UK. They have recently started selling a number of luxury food products through their online platform


Capital Structure

Source: Public company information
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Status: Performing


Notes:

The company currently has no outstanding notes.

Capital at risk. No FSCS cover. See Risk Statement.

 

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