HSH Nordbank participated in the refinancing of Euroports

Hamburg/Kiel, August 8, 2013 - The HSH Nordbank participated as MLA with EUR 61 million in the Euroports Netherlands BV refinancing. The total senior facilities of EUR 450 million serve the purpose of the Euroports Group Refinancing on the holding level.

Euroports is owned by a consortium of institutional infrastructure investors, i.e. Brookfield (40%), Antin (39%) and Arcus (21%). The Euroports Group is one of the largest port operators in continental Europe and has 24 port terminal operations with an annual handling volume of 52 million tonnes. Euroports offers tailor-made service package of maritime supply chain solutions, covering handling services, storage, transport and global forwarding services for general cargo and dry bulk.

“We proved ourselves again with this transaction as a competent lender in the Infrastructure sector with market expertise and strengthened our relationship with Euroports Group, which was started with our participation in the financing for Euroports Germany last year.” said Marcus Kleiner, Head of Origination Infrastructure & Rail of the HSH Nordbank.

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