H&M borrows 980 million euros to boost liquidity buffer amid pandemic

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H&M said in a statement the new 12-month bank facility with a 6-month extension option came in addition to an undrawn 700 million facility signed in 2017 and maturing 2024.

“The H&M group’s liquidity remains good. The group is continuing its work to set up a combination of different financing solutions,” the statement said.

H&M on April 3 unveiled plans to raise more cash amid other initiatives to mitigate effects from the spread of the coronavirus, as it warned it would make a loss for the first time in decades in its second quarter.

Bank SEB (ST:SEBa) coordinated the new facility.

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