Published on Thursday, 14 November 2002

With the participation of 20 foreign and 8 Italian banks. Oversubscribed by 25%
Rome, November 14, 2002 – Enel SpA (ratings A+ from S&P, A1 from Moody’s and AA- from Fitch) today signed a revolving credit facility of 5 billion euro. The syndication, led by Mediobanca and JP Morgan, met with full success on the market and was more than 25% oversubscribed. In total, 28 banks participated, 8 Italian and 20 foreign. The facility has a maturity of 364 days and an all in cost, if 100% utilized, equal to Euribor +0.33%, or about 7 basis points below that of the expiring facility, which was for the same amount and maturity. Enel’s consolidated net debt on September 30, 2002, was 23,377 million euro, down by 2.3% from June 30, 2002. Over the same period, short term debt fell 11% to 6,856 million euro.
Price Sensitive | November, 14 2002



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