Neoen tests reception for ESG assets with debut €200m convert

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By Aidan Gregory
02 Oct 2019

Neoen, the French renewable energy company, returned to the capital markets on Wednesday, following its popular €697m IPO in October last year, with a debut €200m convertible bond due in 2024.

Natixis , Société Générale, BNP Paribas and HSBC were bookrunners.

In a regulatory filing, Neoen, which is unrated, said it intends to use the bond proceeds to finance its growth towards a capacity target of more than five gigawatts under construction or operational by ...

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