According to the bank website, the project consists of a loan of EUR 15.0mn with a seven-year tenor and bullet repayment at maturity. The proceeds from the Loan will be used to support Rune's capital and operating expenditure associated with the deployment of FTTH Gigabit Passive Optical Networks alongside a club of lenders in the total financing round of EUR 130mn.
The Project aims to finance the Fibre-To-The-Home ("FTTH") rollout into rural areas of Slovenia and rural and semi-urban areas of Croatia, which currently are not connected to fibre broadband, as well as underserved areas nearby.
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