In the context of the financing of the new stadium, OL Groupe had announced on 27 July 2013 that Foncière du Montout, its subsidiary, had signed bond financing agreements totalling €112 million, including €80 million with the Vinci group, and €32 million with the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations (CDC).



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Vinci benefits from a repayment guarantee from the Rhône département on a principal amount of €40 million and from a purchase commitment from Pathé ensuring that Vinci will receive, in the event of failure on the part of Foncière du Montout, a principal amount of €40 million plus, in particular, any unpaid interest on all bonds issued to Vinci. Pathé benefits, in parallel, from a sale commitment, granted by Vinci and pertaining to the bonds subscribed to by Vinci (see the update to the registration document filed under number D12-0951 with the French Financial Markets Authority, published on 29 July 2013).

On 14 December 2015, Vinci sold 40,000 bonds with a par value of €40 million to Pathé, following Pathé's exercise of the sale commitment granted by Vinci. The transferred bonds are those subject to the purchase commitment granted by Pathé.

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