E.On loan brings Innogy bank debt into fold

By Mike Turner
28 Oct 2019

Germany’s E.On has signed a sustainability-linked syndicated loan, in a deal that moves towards unifying the capital structure of the electricity company after its €20.42bn Innogy acquisition.

The new €3.5bn facility has a five year tenor and comes with two one year extension options.

It will replace a €2.75bn E.On facility and a €2bn Innogy facility, after E.On bought Innogy over the summer as part of a wider restructuring of the Germany energy sector towards ...

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