Bonds progammes: having the flexibility to diversify funding sources is one of EDF's keys to growth

Medium-term and long-term bonds

Main senior bond issues (excluding hybrid and green bonds)

Bonds 2024

Issue Date Maturity date Amount issued Currency Coupon Code ISIN
22/04/2024 22/04/2029 650,000,000 USD 5.65 US268317AY01
22/04/2024 22/04/2034 650,000,000 USD 5.95 US268317AZ75
22/04/2024 22/04/2064 750,000,000 USD 6.00 US268317BB98
17/05/2024 17/05/2034 350,000,000 CAD 5.379 CA285039AL74
17/05/2024 17/05/2054 400,000,000 CAD 5.777 CA285039AM57

EMTN (Euro Medium Term Note) programme

EDF SA has regular access to the medium-term and long-term bond market through an EMTN programme that allows it to raise funds from the financial markets using bond issues through the intermediary of brokers. EDF's EMTN programme is registered in Paris, Luxembourg and some countries in the EU. Its ceiling is €50bn.

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EDF's Retail Bond Issue

On June 17, 2009 in France EDF launched a bond issue open to any retail investors. Interests on the five-year loan were paid already at a rate of 4.5% per annum. The capital invested have been paid back in full at the end of that period. The subscription was available from all bank branches.

The bond was continuously listed since July 17, 2009 on Euronext Paris with the following references:

  • Listing name: EDF 4.5% 17JUL14
  • CFI Code
  • ISIN: FR0010758888
  • Mnemonic: EDFAO (the listing is available on the main stock market sites)

Short-term programmes

The EDF Group has access to short-term resources under various programmes:

  • Negotiable EUropean Commercial Paper: commercial paper on the Euro market including 3 compartments:
  • NEU CP « green nuclear » dedicated to the investments in existing nuclear fleet in France in relation to their lifetime extension,
  • NEU CP « green » dedicated to renewable including hydropower, biodiversity preservation, electricity distribution and energy efficiency projects,
  • NEU CP for the financing of general purposes;
  • US Commercial Paper: commercial paper on the US market.

These programmes each have their own ceiling (see table below).

Negotiable EUropean Commercial Paper €12,000 M
• NEU CP « green nuclear » €2,000 M
• NEU CP « green » €2,000 M
• NEU CP €8,000 M
US Commercial Paper $10,000 M

The documentation is available on the website of the Banque de France.