Finland: Pihlajalinna revamps debt financing with sustainability-linked facility


Pihlajalinna, one of Finland’s leading private providers of social, health and welfare services, has signed a five-year €200 million ($220 million) unsecured financing agreement with Danske Bank, OP Corporate Bank and Swedbank. The financing’s lending margin is tied to Pihlajalinna’s sustainability goals, with the margin being determined in part by whether the company achieves…

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Nick Herbert has over 30 years of experience in the financial markets, both as a practitioner and a journalist. He began working as an investment banker in London, before joining International Financing Review (IFR) to report on debt capital and derivatives markets. He moved to Singapore in 2000 to lead IFR’s capital markets editorial team across Asia, before returning to London in 2009 to serve as editor for Reuters Capital Markets Publications. For the past five years, he has covered global capital markets, ESG finance and healthcare markets as a freelancer.


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