Hogan Lovells advises EDF on its bilateral term loans in excess of €10 billion

Hogan Lovells has advised Electricité de France S.A. (EDF), the French majority owned state electric utility company, on its bilateral credit facility term loans, denominated in euros and US dollars, in excess of €10 billion with a group of nine banks.

The advice in relation to the bilateral credit facility term loans builds on the support Hogan Lovells has provided to EDF in relation to its €1.5 billion social sustainability-linked credit facility and its €4 billion ESG-indexed credit facility as part of its ESG strategy to build a net zero energy future and to provide innovative solutions and services in order to help save the planet and drive wellbeing and economic development.

The Paris Hogan Lovells team advising EDF as led by Sharon Lewis (Partner) and Reza Mulligan (Counsel) with Marie-Agnès Guillemare-Grilo (Senior Associate), Joanna Veitch (Associate) and Youri De Pas (paralegal).

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