Debt information

Debt information

Volvo Group Treasury, the Volvo Group's internal bank, is responsible for the management of the interest bearing assets and liabilities, execution of foreign exchange transactions, funding operations and the financial infrastructure of the Volvo Group. Financial transactions are carried out through Volvo Group Treasury within established risk mandates and limits.

Volvo Group Treasury has the global funding responsibility for the Volvo Group. The main part of the debt is raised through Volvo Group Treasury's public debt programmes. In addition, the Volvo Group has access to two long term committed credit facilities.The Debt Programmes and the Long Term Committed Facilities are guaranteed by AB Volvo (publ).

Credit rating

The purpose of credit ratings is to rank the capability of a company to repay loans - short term and long term - at the time of the maturity of the loan.

Debt programmes

Volvo Group's main funding sources on the capital market.

Long-term commited facilities

Amount: EUR 2,300,000,000

(with USD 300,000,000 swingline option)

Borrower: Volvo Treasury AB (publ)
Guarantor: AB Volvo (publ)
Maturity: 2021. A minor part of the facility matures in 2019 and 2020.

Co-ordinating Bookrunners

BNP Paribas
Danske Bank
HSBC Bank plc
Svenska Handelsbanken AB (publ)
Swedbank AB (publ)

Amount: EUR 1,200,000,000

(with USD 200,000,000 swingline option)

Borrower: Volvo Treasury AB (publ)
Guarantor: AB Volvo (publ)
Maturity: 2019. A minor part of the facility matures in 2017.

Co-ordinating Bookrunners

BNP Paribas
Danske Bank
HSBC Bank plc
Svenska Handelsbanken AB (publ)
Swedbank AB (publ)

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