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Laptaria cu Caimac has raised growth capital

Laptaria cu Caimac has raised US$3.5 million via a corporate bond private placement that has attracted strong interest both from high-net-worth individuals and institutional investors.

Laptaria cu Caimac is the most important dairy company in Romania. As an integrated organic dairy manufacturer, it controls the entire production chain, from grains, oil seeds and hay grown on 3,500 hectares, which represents 90% of the feed needed in the cattle farm. The company’s state-of-the-art factory is built across the farm and spans an area of 1,500 sqm, built following a US$6 million investment. As a Romanian specialty brand, Laptaria cu Caimac has grown exponentially over the past 18 months, from being present in 178 outlets at the end of 2018 to over 1,600 at the beginning of 2020. Its product portfolio includes a diversified range of 100% natural dairy products.

Oaklins’ team in Romania advised Laptaria cu Caimac on its bond offering and listing on the Bucharest Stock Exchange. The team assisted the company’s management team and shareholders all the way, from the start to the successful completion of the bond offering and listing.

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Funding, debt advisory & ECM
Parties
“All went well thanks to the professionalism showed by the Oaklins team during each phase of the transaction. Their wide network of investors was instrumental in the over subscription of the offer, which lead to an early closing of the transaction.”

Adrian Cocan

Managing Director, Laptaria cu Caimac

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 Daniela  Secara

Daniela Secara

Principal

Bucharest, Romania
Oaklins BT Capital
 Serban Cristian Dumitrescu

Serban Cristian Dumitrescu

Associate

Bucharest, Romania
Oaklins BT Capital

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