Linklaters advises Macquarie Asset Management on the refinancing of their interest in Exolum

Linklaters has advised Macquarie Asset Management on the approximate €525 million refinancing of the debt facilities for their interest in Exolum through a multi-sourced debt structure. Exolum is a leading European logistics company for liquid products.

The Linklaters team was led by Energy & Infrastructure partner and co-head of Infrastructure, Richard Ginks, counsel Nick Szmigin, managing associate Piotr Hurkala and associates Chathurika Ravindra and Jenna Lee. They were supported by Jose Maria Lopez, Jaime Pelaez and Maria Vallejo on corporate matters and Alejandro Meca and Alvaro Albiñana on tax matters (all Madrid).

Linklaters is a leading law firm for debt finance of European energy and infrastructure assets, with a consistent track record supporting both sponsors and lenders to deliver innovative and complex financing solutions across all energy and infrastructure sectors.