HSH Nordbank finances a portion of the Q-Park acquisition for KKR

Hamburg/Kiel, November 28, 2017 - HSH Nordbank is making available to investment firm KKR a portion of the Q-Park acquisition finance and revolving facility totalling around EUR 1.4 billion as a mandated lead arranger in a global syndicate.

Q-Park is Europe’s leading private provider of multi-storey car parks with a large and diversified multi-storey car park portfolio in ten countries across Western Europe and Scandinavia. Q-Park is the market leader in the Netherlands, Finland, Sweden and Ireland. KKR is a listed investment firm with global operations and its head office in New York. KKR invests in several segments. From its base in London the company manages its infrastructure investments in Europe.

“With this transaction we are once again demonstrating our infrastructure expertise in this interesting market segment”, said Dr. Marcus Kleiner, Head of Infrastructure at HSH Nordbank.

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