According to EBRD website, the EBRD subscribed to the amount of EUR 45 million to the EUR 500 million senior unsecured Eurobond maturing in December 2024 issued by Mytilineos Financial Partners S.A. and guaranteed by Mytilineos S.A. It aims to finance the increase of Mytilineos' secondary aluminium production.
Mytilineos is a Greek diversified industrial group active in the sectors of aluminium, energy and construction. The Group was founded in 1908 as a metallurgical family business and since 1995 has been listed on Athens Stock Exchange.
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