Disney raises €150m revolver for new attractions

Euro Disney, the operator of Disneyland Paris, has completed a new €150m 2-1/2 year revolving credit line that forms part of a €250m financing programme that will be used to develop new attractions in the park.

  • 10 Jan 2012

The company also has a €100m revolving line already outstanding, which matures in September 2014 and has not been drawn. The terms of the new deal are broadly in line with those on the existing facility.

In the six months ending March 2011, Euro Disney SCA reported Ebitda ...

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