According to EBRD website, the project will provide a bond-loan of up to EUR 14 million to refinance the loan of Hellas Smarticket S.A., and transform sponsor guaranteed debt into non-recourse project financing. Hellas Smarticket S.A Project is an e-ticketing project that consists in building, operating, and maintaining the integrated automatic fare collection system for the companies of Athens Urban Transportation Organisation in the city of Athens, under a PPP scheme. The EBRD will co-finance alongside a commercial lender.
Hellas SmartTicket S.A. is a Greek SPV established to finance, install, operate, support, and maintain a single automated fare collection system for public transportation in Athens, Greece.
Terna Energy S.A. (energy and construction sector, part of a leading Greek Business group), GEK Terna (a major Greek Real Estate Construction Holding) and LG CNS (Subsidiary of LG providing IT consulting, system integration, outsourcing and industry based IT infrastructure solutions, covering notably a full range of transporation systems including urban transports) are its shareholders (respectively 35 percent, 35 percent and 30 percent of stakes).
|Private Actor 1||Private Actor 1 Role||Private Actor 1 Sector||Relation||Private Actor 2||Private Actor 2 Role||Private Actor 2 Sector|
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Project Contact: Vassilis Politis
Email Address: email@example.com
Telephone No.: +302106968898; +302106968796
Office Address: 124 Kifisia Ave Athens 11526 Greece
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