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    • Sfil and Banque des Territoires, partners
      28 February, 2023

      Sfil and Banque des Territoires form a partnership to offer very long-term fixed-rate financing for the ecological transformation of local governments and the health sector

      “This partnership is an excellent illustration of the synergies made possible within the Caisse des Dépôts group by leveraging Sfil’s ability to deploy international savings to finance local governments and public hospitals, as well as, with its 12,700-strong customer base, its knowledge of the local public sector. This collaboration aims in particular to respond to the massive need for investment in ecological transition and social cohesion. It is in line with Sfil’s policy of ramping up its sustainable issues”, said Philippe Mills, Sfil’s chief executive officer.

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    • A very solid financial performance driven by the strength of Sfil’s business model
      22 February, 2023

      In line with Sfil’s financial performance in 2021, earnings were also highly robust in 2022.
      Sfil generated a consolidated net banking income of EUR 243 million (up by 3.5% 2021) and a consolidated net income of EUR 86 million (+12% compared with 2021).
      The activity was relatively dynamic in spite of volatile interest rates and heavy constraints related to the rate setting mechanism for the usury rate.
      Sfil has forged a new partnership with Banque des Territoires, which is effective since November 2022. This scheme aims to provide French local authorities and hospitals with fixed rate very long-term funding, with maturities between 25 and 40 years.
      In addition, Sfil launched a new range of social loans with La Banque Postale in order to support French local authorities in financing investments related to health, education, sport, culture, development and regional cohesion.

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    • Great success of the first Sfil transaction of the year 2023
      20 January, 2023

      This unsecured bond issued by Sfil with volume of EUR 1.5 billion and a 5 year maturity brings the number of public transactions carried out by the Sfil group since its creation to 51, for a total amount issued of 64.5 billion, including 14 billion for Sfil. Following the upgrade of Sfil’s rating by Moody’s to Aa2 and improvements to the “hair-cut” conditions for investors pledging their assets for refinancing to the European Central Bank, this transaction met record demand from investors with 115 orders, and an overall order book above EUR 5 billion.

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Last update 30/01/2023