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Corporate Minority - II | Alive

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Last Raised

$655M | 3 yrs ago

About Greensill

Greensill is a UK-based financing group that offers working capital to companies globally. The company provides businesses with alternative sources of funding, allowing them to provide suppliers with the opportunity for faster payment, while at the same time preserving their own capital position.

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One Southampton Street Covent Garden

London, England, WC2R 0LR,

United Kingdom

+44 20 3436 2000

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Latest Greensill News

Sanjeev Gupta strikes deal to refinance nearly $5b in Greensill debt

Nov 15, 2022

Mr Gupta’s Liberty Steel announced late on Tuesday that a specially formed Restructuring and Transformation Committee had signed a term sheet on an in-principle agreement for a debt restructuring for most of the Greensill debt. Liberty Steel said in a statement the debt restructuring was with “parties responsible for the main creditors of Greensill Capital (UK) Limited, Greensill Bank AG and Credit Suisse Asset Management (Switzerland) Limited”. It comes as steel manufacturers in Europe face soaring energy costs which are putting serious pressure on their operations. The in-principle agreement means that any legal action to wind up Liberty entities will be adjourned. The company said it was a “major step” in the group’s refinancing. It is understood to represent a large chunk of the estimated $5 billion which the broader GFG Alliance had been trying to refinance. GFG Alliance executive chairman Sanjeev Gupta. Advertisement Jeffrey Kabel, the Chief Transformation Officer of Liberty Steel, said it was an important step forward. “After several months of negotiations, we have now reached an agreement in principle that will provide recovery for the creditors and will significantly de-leverage and de-risk Liberty,” Mr Kabel said. “This is a major step forward in our restructuring and transformation and we will now work at pace with the creditors to prepare and execute the agreement.” The company also said that Liberty and Greensill Bank, as the main creditors, are in the process of negotiating a similar term sheet for the debt restructuring of Liberty’s European Steel business. In mid-June, Mr Gupta’s Liberty Steel said it had entered into a standstill agreement with Greensill Bank that ran until October 31. Greensill Bank is the largest creditor on debt facilities for the European steel business. Greensill Bank, based in Germany, is in administration and was an arm of Greensill Capital, which collapsed in March last year. Greensill Bank held a large chunk of the $5 billion-plus that Greensill companies lent to the wider GFG Alliance group. Advertisement Liberty Steel is part of GFG Alliance, which employs about 35,000 people around the world and owns businesses including InfraBuild and the Whyalla steelworks in Australia. GFG runs about 200 manufacturing plants in 10 countries. The company said the in-principle agreement remains subject to documentation and internal approvals from the various parties. “All parties will now work to prepare and execute the Agreement, providing Liberty with the platform to develop longer term sustainable financing”. “Under the agreement, the parties have adjourned the winding up petitions against Liberty entities”. The agreement incorporates all the major Greensill creditors comprising Credit Suisse Asset Management, Greensill Bank and Greensill Capital (UK) Limited. Repayments will be made through a combination of lump sum, scheduled and bullet repayments. All players in the European steel industry are being hit by soaring energy costs after the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Greensill Bank helped finance Liberty Steel’s acquisition of factories in Romania and the Czech Republic from ArcelorMittal. InfraBuild, which is headquartered in Sydney, is the best-performing business in the global GFG Alliance empire owned by Mr Gupta, and is ring-fenced from the broader GFG businesses with its own financing agreements. But credit rating agencies keep pointing out there are still risks of contagion after the collapse of Greensill Capital. Simon Evans writes on business specialising in retail, manufacturing, beverages, mining and M&A. He is based in Adelaide. Connect with Simon on Twitter . Email Simon at Save

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Greensill Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Greensill founded?

    Greensill was founded in 2011.

  • Where is Greensill's headquarters?

    Greensill's headquarters is located at One Southampton Street, London.

  • What is Greensill's latest funding round?

    Greensill's latest funding round is Corporate Minority - II.

  • How much did Greensill raise?

    Greensill raised a total of $1.705B.

  • Who are the investors of Greensill?

    Investors of Greensill include SoftBank Group and General Atlantic.

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