Information for investors

AS Grenardi Group issued secured bonds with an annual interest rate of 10%.

Thank you!

In April 2024, AS Grenardi Group has successfully raised EUR 12 million in a public bond offering, exceeding the first tranche by 75%.
We thank each of the more than 1,300 investors who expressed confidence in the company by participating in this offering. We are confident that together we can reach new heights.

About the offer

The public offering of AS Grenardi Group bonds was taking place from March 25th until April 15th, 2024. In total, 120 000 bonds are offered with a nominal value of EUR 100 per bond and a total issue amount of EUR 12 million. Every investment decision must be made based on the base prospectus approved by the Bank of Latvia and the final terms. The approved base prospectus and final terms of the public offering are available here:
Base Prospectus | Terms | Presentation

Key parameters

Principal repayment period 3 years.
Minimum investment amount EUR 100.
Loyalty program from EUR 500 investment, apply till 18.05.2024.

Terms and conditions of loyalty programme
Privacy notice of loyalty programme

Frequently asked questions

  1. Bonds are debt securities (financial instruments) through which an investor (bondholder) lends money to a bond issuer for a fixed period of time at a fixed interest rate. The bond issuer is obliged to pay the investors an interest rate or coupon at regular intervals (e.g. monthly or quarterly) and to repay the principal amount of the bond (originally borrowed funds) to the investors at the end of the bond’s term. The issuer of the bonds may be a state, a municipality or a company whose plan is to raise funds for specific aims.

  2. For a bond to be offered to the public and listed on a stock exchange, a company must prepare a prospectus that is approved by the Bank of Latvia. A base prospectus is a type of prospectus that allows an issuer to implement a bond programme – several bond issues – within one year. This document contains information essential for investors to make an informed assessment of the company’s (issuer’s) financial performance and perspectives, issuance objectives, risk factors, strategic objectives and other considerations before purchasing the company’s bonds.

  3. A public bond offer is a public offering of a company’s bonds for retail and institutional investors followed by a listing on a stock exchange. Thus, anyone interested in purchasing a bond can become a bondholder of the issuer. The issuer can make a public offer of bonds in the amount specified in the programme after obtaining the approval of the Bank of Latvia.

    If a company offers bonds to investors under the programme, this means that the company envisages the possibility of selling several tranches of bonds within a given period. Each public offer must be made in accordance with the final terms of the bond programme, which are published on the issuer’s website.

    Under the AS Grenardi Group bond issue programme, bonds will be issued in several tranches, with final terms for each tranche being prepared and published.

  4. The subscription period starts on 25 March 2024 and ends on 15 April 2024 at 12 pm (Riga time).

    Purchase order collection deadline might differ depending on the investor’s chosen bank. Please do not delay your subscription until the last minute.

    Investors who apply to buy bonds during the first two weeks of the subscription period (i.e. by 8 April) will receive at least 5 bonds and secure participation in the loyalty programme.

  5. AS Grenardi Group bond issue is open to any retail or institutional investor who has a securities or investment account registered at a Baltic commercial bank or financial institution. This is a type of financial account designed for holding securities and making payments when buying and selling securities. Often the most convenient option is to open a securities or investment account with a bank which is used for daily banking.

  6. Investors will be able to purchase up to 120 000 AS Grenardi Group bonds with a total nominal value of EUR 12 million and a nominal value of EUR 100 per bond.
    The minimum investment amount per investor is 1 bond or EUR 100 with a fixed annual interest rate of 10% and a maturity of three years.

  7. AS Grenardi Group offers a fixed bond annual coupon rate of 10% with a monthly coupon (interest) paid to the investor. This means that by investing EUR 100, investors will receive an interest payment of EUR 10 for each full year, or EUR 0.83 per month before tax. At the end of the bond’s maturity, the company is also obliged to repay the investor the original principal amount of the investment.

  8. The interest rate is the rate paid by the issuer to the investor in accordance with the base prospectus and the final terms of the bonds approved by the Bank of Latvia. This rate may be fixed or variable. AS Grenardi Group offers a fixed interest rate, meaning that this rate will remain unchanged throughout the term of the bond.

    To calculate the monetary value of the coupon (interest), the investor multiplies the interest rate by the principal amount, or the initial investment. For instance, if the principal amount of the bond is EUR 100 and the coupon rate is 10%, the investor will receive a coupon payment of EUR 0.83 per month or EUR 10 per year until the maturity of the bond. Upon maturity, the investor also receives repayment of the initial investment.

  9. Yes, the issue of the AS Grenardi Group bonds will be secured by pledges on assets of AS Grenardi Group subsidiaries, which primarily consist of high-liquidity gold jewellery.

  10. The Base Prospectus of AS Grenardi Group approved by the Bank of Latvia and the Final Terms are available at HERE

  11. Investments in bonds are subject to various risks. Investors are invited to carefully read the risks associated with AS Grenardi Group bonds in the Base Prospectus, which is available at: HERE

  12. Proceeds from the bonds will be allocated towards refinancing existing bonds and financing the company’s growth – for the purchase of additional inventory, which is necessary for further expansion of the store network and assortment, as well as for financing existing and possible future acquisition transactions (M&A).

    More detailed information on the use of the financing is available in the Base Prospectus and Final Terms of the AS Grenardi Group Bonds.

  13. The minimum investment amount is 1 bond or EUR 100 for one investor. There is no limit to the maximum investment amount.

    Once the decision to purchase a bond has been taken, a purchase order must be submitted to your bank. If you do not have an investment or securities account, you must apply to your bank to open one.

    The underwriting process may vary slightly among banks. Visit your bank’s website, navigate to the investment section, and explore the available options. Some banks may require manual subscription, either through a phone call or by completing a written request.

    IMPORTANT! The time to open an investment or securities account can vary from bank to bank and can take up to a week. We advise that you do not postpone opening an account until the last minute and contact your bank promptly.

  14. In Latvia, the main difference between accounts lies in taxation. If you purchase bonds from an investment account, you’ll only incur personal income tax when you withdraw more than your initial investment. In contrast, if you buy bonds as an individual through your own securities account, the issuer is required to withhold personal income tax at the time of withdrawal, resulting in a reduced payment to your account after tax.

  15. For Latvian residents, no tax is withheld if the individual holds the securities in an investment account. Otherwise, there will be personal income tax withheld in the amount of 20%.  No tax is withheld from non-resident individuals or legal entities.

  16. Investors committing over EUR 500 during the initial bond offering unlock the exclusive opportunity to enroll in AS Grenardi Group’s loyalty programme. This entitles them to enjoy a 15% discount on purchases made at GRENARDI and GIVEN stores, along with tailored benefits based on their investment amount.
    You can register for the loyalty programme within one month of the bond issue date, i.e. starting from 18 April 2024. Once registered, the loyalty programme benefits will be valid for one year. The loyalty card has no expiration date.

  17. AS Grenardi Group operates in all three Baltic States. The Issuer AS Grenardi Group is the parent company of two wholly (100%) owned subsidiaries in Latvia – SIA GIVEN Latvia and SIA Grenardi Latvia, one in Lithuania – UAB GIVEN Lithuania, and one in Estonia – GIVEN Estonia OÜ and Grenardi Estonia OÜ.

  18. AS Grenardi Group adopts a modern marketing approach, incorporating both traditional and digital solutions. The stores are carefully designed to offer a comfortable and personalised customer experience. AS Grenardi Group offers in its stores not only jewellery of recognized brands, but also their private labels that are highly appreciated by customers. The Group has an e-commerce platform, transparent business operations and high ESG standards, which provide for the reuse of recycled gold and precious metals and gems of known origin as much as possible. Also, the Group offers split payments both in person and in the e-store, making jewellery more and more accessible to a wider audience.

  19. The strategy of AS Grenardi Group is to continue its profitable growth via four main cornerstones: expansion and strong market position; distinct and wide assortment; economies of scale and customer experience and loyalty.

    The Group intends to significantly expand GIVEN’s retail chain in all three of the Baltic states and potentially also beyond this region in the future evaluating business potential.

    The expansion is driven by the Group’s ambition to offer high-quality jewellery available within close reach from anywhere in the Baltic states. As e-commerce platforms are gaining popularity, the Group’s strategy is to become the leading e-commerce platform of jewellery in the Baltic States.
    The Group’s goal is to achieve economies of scale via the expansion of its retail chain. First, due to expanding the retail chain the Group can obtain better pricing and payment terms from its partners as well as decrease the fixed costs per one unit sold.
    While AS Grenardi Group already offers a unique selection, it continuously strives to expand and diversify its assortment for customers. The Group’s strategy is to establish new long-term partnerships to provide an even wider and more diverse assortment. In the coming years we also expect to capitalise on Group’s existing private labels, as well as building new ones.
    The Group’s key strength is its excellent customer service. With over 100 thousand loyal customers, the Group plans to expand its customer base through the development of a more attractive loyalty program. Additionally, the Group aims to enhance the customer service experience by offering split payments both in-store and online, as well as providing high-quality jewellery services and maintenance.

  20. AS Grenardi Group leads the way in sustainability across the Baltics in their industry, placing a strong emphasis on the origin of raw materials, giving preference to ethically obtained materials, and engages in the circular economy, choosing cooperation partners that also use recycled gold for jewellery creation.

  21. The unaudited consolidated financial results show that the net turnover of AS Grenardi Group in 2023 reached 18 million euros, which is 40% more than in 2022. The increase in turnover was facilitated by the expansion of the retail network, the increase in sales in the existing store network and the acquisition of GRENARDI.

    The Group’s EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes and amortisation payments) increased by 30% last year, reaching 2.9 million euros. The Group’s adjusted pro-forma EBITDA, which also includes the results of the GRENARDI network for the full year 2023, was 3.7 million euros.

    At the end of 2023, AS Grenardi Group had 82 stores in the Baltic States, of which 75 were GIVEN and 7 in the GRENARDI network. AS Grenardi Group strengthens its position regionally – 11 new stores were opened in the GIVEN network last year – two in Latvia, six in Lithuania and three in Estonia.

    Investors can find a detailed financial report HERE

  22. Investors can get the latest information on AS Grenardi Group’s corporate news, including the results of the bond issue, by subscribing to the Nasdaq Baltic news section or by checking our website [News] for updates.

About AS Grenardi Group

AS Grenardi Group is the most rapidly expanding jewellery retailer with the largest store network in the Baltics. At the end of 2023, Group had 82 stores in the Baltic States, of which 75 were GIVEN and 7 in the GRENARDI network. The AS Grenardi Group offers jewellery in both the affordable and luxury segments, and stands for beauty, love, creativity, and sustainability in everyone’s life.



Years of excellence


Across Baltics

18 million

2023 revenue in EUR

>120 thousand

Loyal customers


Supply partners

40 percent

FY23 to FY22 revenue growth