PORR simultaneously issued two new corporate bonds in the second quarter of 2006 in Austria and the Czech Republic. Demand for the corporate bonds was so great that even though the issue volume of the EUR bond was increased, allotment was still curtailed. The total volumes amounted to EUR 60m (rather than the originally planned EUR 50m) and CZK 200m. The CZK bond was also open to institutional investors outside of Austria. Both bonds had a five-year tenor, with a coupon rate of 5.625% and a six-month PRIBOR of +1.9 percent.
As with the previous corporate bond issued by PORR in 2005, there was particularly high interest from private investors. These bonds were redeemed at par value on June 29th 2011.