Interest in sustainable and green financing has accelerated dramatically in recent times. Many corporates and investors across all sectors are now utilising green debt products or thinking about doing so at the next opportunity.
Pioneer issue of €300 million social bonds due March 2025 (Most innovative green bond deal of the year award, Sustainable and Responsible Capital Markets Awards 2018)
Amendments to its €2 billion green revolving credit facility to include ESG criteria (Green loan of the year award, Sustainable and Responsible Capital Markets Awards 2018)
Syndicate of banks led by BNP Paribas
Amendment and extension of Coca-Cola HBC AG and Coca-Cola HBC Finance B.V.'s €800 million revolving credit facility, including incorporating ESG/Green loan criteria.
Issuance of various green fixed rate and CPI/RPI-linked bonds under its £10 billion multicurrency debt platform, including its recent £75 million green, deferred-funding USPP
Renegotiation of a €1.2 billion revolving credit facility agreement to include ESG margin adjustment criteria
Issuance of a €200 million bond due 2025 under its US$7.5 billion EMTN programme, to fund low carbon R&D programs
AGL Energy Limited
On its landmark sustainability-linked loan facility agreement
(Most Innovative Deal award, FinanceAsia Achievement Awards 2019, Australia and New Zealand)
Read our news story on this deal here.
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Amy is an experienced English law qualified partner and Global Head of the Debt Capital Markets practice. She advises both issuers and managers on international debt and equity-linked capital markets transactions helping clients on complex and innovative DCM transactions in multiple jurisdictions.
Gabrielle is a U.S. Finance Lawyer specialising in leverage and acquisition finance with a particular focus on debt capital markets, cross-border public and private financings and restructurings. Gabrielle leads the London Corporate and Leveraged Finance Team.