This project involves a EUR 75 million participation in the long-term tranches of an ESG-linked Schuldschein by Valeo SE (the "Company"), a Societas Europaea incorporated and existing under the laws of France. The Bank's proceeds will support the Company's investments in Egypt, Tunisia and Turkiye.
The project will support Valeo's R&D efforts in Egypt as well as its green initiatives in Turkiye, contributing to achieving carbon neutrality by 2050. In particular, the use of proceeds will support: (i) the Group's R&D center in Egypt for developing software for Electric and Hybrid Vehicles, the site develops 50% of the Group's software production worldwide exporting 100% of its services across the globe; (ii) production of components for hybrid/electric vehicles in Turkiye; and (iii) new capex in Tunisia to build a greenfield plant.
Valeo is a tier-1 automotive supplier designing innovative solutions for smart and sustainable mobility, with a particular focus on intuitive driving and reducing CO2 emissions, through its production facilities and research & development centres in 31 countries.
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Phone: +33 6 67 88 89 33 | +33 6 81 73 83 41 | +33 1 40 55 37 93
Address: 100 rue de Courcelles 75017 Paris, France
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