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Hafnia secures sustainable loan of over USD 300 million

Tanker carrier Hafnia lands a new large loan, which is tied to the company reaching a number of climate goals. The loan has been entered with a syndicate of ten banks and is the first green loan for Hafnia.

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Hafnia has ensured a new loan facility of USD 374 million, which is bound to the carrier reaching a number of climate goals, informs Hafnia in a statement on Wednesday.

More specifically, the tanker carrier has secured the loan facility from a syndicate of 10 banks, including ABN Amro, SEK and Société Générale, and the loan has a so-called "Sustainability Margin Adjustment Mechanism", which depends on Hafnia's performance with regard to, among other things, the IMO's decarbonization targets.

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