Osram lights up independent financing structure with €1.25bn loan

Osram has signed its debut syndicated loan, a €1.25bn five year facility, as part of a new standalone financing structure to be used after its planned spin-off from Siemens.

  • 19 Mar 2013

The German lighting specialist has now signed its new financing consisting of a €300m term loan and a €950m revolver, both of which have five year maturities. The term loan will be partially used to repay existing debts to Siemens.

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