CECONOMY AG ("CECONOMY") has settled its post-pandemic financing structure with the termination of its syndicated revolving loan agreement with the participation of KfW and implementation of its new ESG-linked syndicated revolving credit facilities. The 1.7 billion loan facility of the existing syndicated loan agreement with the participation of KfW was concluded in mid-May 2020 during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic and complemented company's existing credit facilities of 980 million at that time. It purely served as a back-up line and was never drawn. The company had already laid the foundation for its long-term post-pandemic financing structure in May of this year with the signing of new ESG-linked syndicated revolving credit facilities in the amount of 1.06 billion. The new facilities have a diverse maturity profile and are split into an initial five-year tranche with a volume of 707 million and an initial three-year tranche with a volume of 353 million. In addition, the company issued an inaugural 500 million 5-year senior unsecured bond in June of this year, thereby further enhancing its long-term financing structure. Following the recent issuance of the 5-year senior unsecured bond, company now concludes its post-pandemic financing structure with the implementation of the new ESG-linked syndicated revolving credit facilities. The new structure underpins company's continued prudent financial policy, which still allows the company to cover liquidity needs even in extraordinary times.