RusHydro signs loan agreement with PJSC CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW
May 06, 2020. Moscow, Russia. PJSC RusHydro (ticker symbol: MOEX, LSE: HYDR; OTCQX: RSHYY) has announced signing of loan agreement with PJSC CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW regarding revolving loan facility for 10 years with limit of up to RUB 20 bn.
The maximum interest rate on the loan is equal to key rate set by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation plus 3,66%.
RusHydro Group is the leading producer of renewable energy in Russia. It is Russia's largest generating company and is the fourth in the world with over 400 generating facilities in Russia and Armenia. The Group's total electricity generation capacity including Boguchanskaya HPP is 39.5 GW.
Russian Federation owns 61.20% in RusHydro, the rest is held by other institutional and individual shareholders (over 360,000). The company's stock is traded on the Moscow Stock Exchange. Company's GDRs in the IOB section of LSE, ADRs - in OTCQX.
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