KMD Brands refinances debt with sustainability-linked loans

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KMD Brands, the New Zealand-based parent of Kathmandu, Rip Curl, and Oboz, has successfully refinanced its NZ$310 million (€177.4m) in debt with sustainability-linked, multi-currency revolvers. The three-and-a-half-year finance package, which includes a A$240 million (€147.6m) revolver and a NZ$54 million (€30.9m) revolver, provides the group with significant liquidity to support ...

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