Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP has advised an international banking consortium led by Citibank Global Markets Limited and UniCredit Bank AG as coordinators, bookrunners and mandated lead arrangers on a syndicated revolving credit facility for the German car manufacturer Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg. The unsecured facility has a volume of €20 billion and is provided by a total of 13 international banks, including leading institutions from the UK, USA, France, Spain and Japan.
The Milbank team who advised the international banking consortium in relation to the financing was led by partner Thomas Ingenhoven with Associates Katja Lehr, Thomas Möller (Finance, Frankfurt) and Special Counsel Andrea Eggenstein (Corporate/M&A, Frankfurt).
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