Finacity Facilitates EUR 18 million of Trade Receivable Funding for Spain’s Deoleo, S.A.
April 2017 by Finacity
Finacity Corporation (“Finacity”) today announced that it has facilitated a EUR 18 million non-recourse trade receivable funding program for Deoleo S.A. (“Deoleo”), a Spain-based leading global producer of olive oil. The program provides financing for both domestic and export receivables from Deoleo’s Spanish operating entity, and replaces another facility that expired in December.
Deoleo, S.A. manufactures, markets, and sells olive oil worldwide. The company offers olive oil under the Bertolli, Carapelli, Carbonell, Hojiblanca, Koipe, Sasso and Koipesol brands. It also provides seed oils, table olives, vinegars, and sauces; frying oil under the Friol brand; and corn oil under the Maya brand. The company was founded in 1990 and is headquartered in Madrid, Spain. Its products are sold in more than 100 countries. For further information, visit deoleo.com.
Finacity specializes in the structuring and provision of efficient capital markets receivables funding programs, supplier and payables finance, back-up servicing, and program administration. Finacity currently facilitates the financing and administration of an annual receivables volume of approximately US $100 billion. With resources in the USA, Europe and Latin America, Finacity conducts business throughout the world with obligors in 175 countries. For further information, please visit finacity.com.
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