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    S&P's downgrade of France’s credit rating has no impact on AFL's rating

    12 June 2024

    AFL's long-term debt is rated AA- Stable Outlook. As indicated in the outlook section of S&P's credit analysis, France's rating is not a determinant of AFL's credit rating. AFL's credit rating remains unchanged following S&P's downgrade of the French government's credit rating on 31 May 2024.

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    Annual Report of SID Bank 2023

    4 June 2024

    SID Bank's annual report illustrates our commitment to the vision of a green future. We believe that through strategic, targeted and sustainable capital management, we contribute our share to the development and progress of society in a greener and more responsible way.

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    KBN / Increasing net interest income and profitable growth

    4 June 2024

    KBN’s lending grew by NOK 3 billion in the first quarter of 2024, with green lending accounting for NOK 1.5 billion of this growth. Green lending represented 15.7% of KBN’s total lending at the end of the quarter.

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    EURO 250 million programme for energy efficiency of entrepreneurs launched by HBOR

    4 June 2024

    The Croatian Bank for Reconstruction and Development (HBOR) and the Ministry of Regional Development and EU Funds of the Republic of Croatia (MRRFEU) signed the Finance Agreement for the implementation of the financial instrument "Loans for Energy Efficiency of Entrepreneurs". The EUR 250 million instrument will enable entrepreneurs in various industries to access loans at favourable interest rates and with the possibility of partial write-off of the loan principal. The goal is to encourage energy efficiency and business sustainability, thereby providing new support to the Croatian economy. Loans will be available to entrepreneurs in the first half of 2025.

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    AFL carried a 250M£ bond issue

    4 June 2024

    Last week, AFL, the bank of French Local Authorities raised £250 million on the financial markets by launching a new Sterling denominated bond issue. The success of this transaction, the second in a non-euro currency this year, confirms AFL’s funding strategy to diversify its investor base but also to take advantage of attractive conditions outside the EUR market to optimize its funding cost.

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