ACS, the Spanish construction company created after the merger of OCISA, announced this Wednesday the closing of the refinancing of a debt of 721 million euros from the construction of the fourth section of line 9 of the Bacelona metro.
The operation was carried out through four short and long-term banking operations, one of them by the European Investment Bank (EIB). The bank entity BBVA has acted as 'co-structuring bank' in the financial operation, meanwhile, Goldman Sachs International has acted as a 'lead structuring bank'.
The transaction has been carried out through the subsidiary of the group chaired by Florentino Pérez, Iridium Concesiones de Infraestructuras together with its partners in the metro concessionaire, Brookfield, Queenspoint, Equitix and Dalmore.
The refinancing is organized through a long term novado in a first banking tranche by the European Investment Bank (EIB) and a second tranche in the medium term with the financial entities of Spain, Portugal, France and Japan. In addition, two other long-term private collaboration with institutional investors internationals from four countries: Germany, France, Portugal and Spain.
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