A USD 30 billion bet has Orsted’s creditors reading the fine print

Orsted A/S is aiming to create a better balance between shareholders and debt investors by borrowing more.

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The woman in charge of finances at Orsted A/S says bondholders should prepare for some changes after having benefited from what she describes as a period of “under- leveraging.”

In future, there’ll be a “better balance” between shareholders and debt investors because the Danish energy company will borrow more to help finance $30 billion in planned investments, CFO Marianne Wiinholt said.

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