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Edenred has been rated BBB+/A-2; Outlook stable, i.e. “Strong Investment Grade” by Standard & Poor’s on June 9, 2010. The rating has been confirmed by Standard & Poor’s in a press release dated March 11, 2016.
This rating is based on a multi-criteria analysis, appraising:
- the business profile of the Group, rated “Strong”, reflecting the Edenred’s worldwide leadership position and its growth prospects on the prepaid corporate services market;
- its financial position, rated “Intermediate”, in respect of Edenred’s sustainable financial position and its cash-flows generating business model.
Debt structure Debt structure
Breakdown of net debt
Total debt of €1.5bn breakdown as of December 31, 2015
Breakdown by type of debt
Breakdown by type of interest rate
Amount (in million)"> Focus on bonds issues Issue date Currency Annual coupon Maturity 3/10/2015 EUR 500 1.375% 3/10/2025 10 years 10/30/2013 EUR 250 2.625% 10/30/2020
5/23/2012 EUR 225 3.750% 5/23/2022
10/6/2010 EUR 510 3.625% 10/6/2017
Breakdown by due date
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Confirmed lines of credit
In April 2013, Edenred announced the signature of a 5-year syndicated credit facility for €700 million. The new facility has increased the average maturity of the Group’s resources by replacing the existing €578 million in confirmed lines of credit, which were set up in June 2010 and scheduled to expire in June 2014.
On June 20, 2014, Edenred has amended its above-mentioned syndicated credit facility to extend it with a consortium of 16 banks. This operation allows Edenred to benefit from better financing conditions, which reflect the market trust with regard to the Group's financial health.
The new 5-year-maturity credit is extended to June 2019 and allows Edenred to increase the average maturity of the Group’s resources.
The Group’s negative working capital amounted to €2.6 billion at December 31, 2015.
Negative WCR breakdown as of December 31, 2015
* Restricted cash are funds which correspond to prepaid service vouchers under special regulations. They are excluded when calculating the net debt.
Breakdown of the financial investments as of December 31, 2015
Note: The remuneration from the investments is recorded as financial revenue.
A cautious investment policy
To manage its treasury, the Group’s market risk management policy is designed to mitigate the capital, the liquidity and the counterparty risks.
Hence, most of the financial investments are made in monetary instruments (fixed-rate time deposits, term accounts, retail certificates of deposit or interest-bearing demand deposits).
Exposure to counterparty risk is reduced by:
- dealing only with leading counterparties according to correlated country risks;
- using a wide range of counterparties;
- setting exposure limits by counterparty;
- using a monthly reporting procedure to track the concentration of counterparty risk and the credit quality of the various counterparties (based on their credit ratings).
The majority of the Group’s available cash is managed under a centralized cash management scheme. This organization helps reduce the Group’s risk exposure through centralized, periodic monitoring.
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