Nextcom Group has issued bonds
Nextcom Group has raised funds to refinance the company for further development.
Nextcom Group was established in 1992, and today is a public company listed on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE). Since its inception, Nextcom has developed into one of the largest, most stable and most admired companies in Israel’s telecommunications and energy sectors. It stands at the forefront of technology and offers its customers turnkey solutions covering the entire value chain required to complete high value projects – analysis, planning, purchasing and equipment supply, logistics, implementation, operations, service and maintenance. Nextcom is active in four central business areas: telecommunications and multimedia, renewable energy, infrastructure and engineering facilities, and natural gas.
Oaklins’ team in Israel advised the company and acted as the sole member of the distributors’ consortium.
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