ENEL MANDATES EURO 3,000 MILLION REVOLVING CREDIT FACILITY

Published on Monday, 20 October 2003

Rome, October 20, 2003 – ENEL has mandated Citigroup Global Markets Limited and Mediobanca – Banca di Credito Finanziario to arrange a Euro 3,000 million revolving credit facility. Citigroup and Mediobanca have also been appointed Joint Bookrunners, and Mediobanca will act as Facility Agent.

 

This new transaction will enhance Enel’s financial flexibility in the coming years, providing the company with a combination 364-day tenor tranche of Euro 1,000 million and extension option for an equal period, and with a 5-year tenor tranche of Euro 2,000 million. The Mandated Lead Arrangers will launch general syndication over the next two weeks. Further details of the new facility will be made available at a bankers’ meeting in Rome at the end of October.

Price Sensitive | October, 20 2003

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