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EUR 735,000,000 Senior Revolving Credit Facilities for MET Group
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EUR 735,000,000 Senior Revolving Credit Facilities for MET Group

August 8, 2017
MET Group (“MET” or the “Group”), a leader in European energy marketing, is pleased to announce the successful increase of its Revolving Credit Facilities (the “Facilities” or the “Transaction”). The Facilities now amount to EUR 735 million, representing a total increase of EUR 175 million from the amount of EUR 560 million under its existing Facilities.

Under the Transaction the Group also increased its unsecured 364-day Revolving Credit Facility which closed at EUR 165 million, representing a 50 million increase from the previous amount of EUR 115 million. This is a further important milestone allowing the Group to further increase its financing flexibility.

The expanded Facilities will be used for general corporate purposes.

Four new lenders joined the Facilities, leading to a total of 13 banks currently participating in the Transaction. The Facilities demonstrate MET’s continuous strong access to funding sources from a wide pool of international banks and underline new lenders’ appetite to finance the natural gas marketing sector.

Participating lenders and legal adviser

Facility and Security Agent

ING Bank N.V., London Branch


Citibank Europe Plc.

Credit Suisse (Schweiz) AG

Erste Group Bank AG

GarantiBank International N.V.

GPB International S.A.

ING Bank N.V.


OTP Bank Nyrt.

UniCredit Bank AG

UniCredit Bank Hungary Zrt.

Rabobank International

Raiffeisen Bank International AG

Raiffeisen Bank S.A.

Lenders’ Counsel

Clifford Chance LLP

About MET Group

MET Group is a leader in the European energy marketing sector. Headquartered in Switzerland, MET is an active participant in the European natural gas, power and oil markets. MET is present in 13 countries through subsidiaries, 27 national gas markets and 19 international trading hubs, with a significant end-consumer presence in Croatia, Italy, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, and Spain.

Implementing innovation in traditional European energy markets