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Published on January 25, 2008

Author: Valentina

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Financing solutions for Energy field:  Financing solutions for Energy field Bucharest, November 21st, 2006 Summary:  Summary GENERAL PRESENTATION UniCredit Leasing Romania HVB Leasing Romania UniCredit Group Europe BA-CA Leasing New Leasing Entity ECOLINE: ANSWER TO MAJOR INVESTMENT NEEDS UniCredit Leasing Romania:  UniCredit Leasing Romania Incorporation :October 1994 Shareholder structure :UniCredito Italiano S.p.A. - 100 % UniCredit Leasing, one of the most significant players in the Romanian leasing industry, is ready to involve in projects under development with a view to creating long-term partnerships. UniCredit Leasing is the first leasing company incorporated in Romania, back in 1994, under the name of Romlease S.A. UniCredit Leasing provides mid- and long-term financing (up to 7 years) for equipment leasing, vehicle leasing, real estate leasing and sale-and-lease-back. Among the most important criteria of selecting the lessees are the feasibility of the investment project and the professional experience of the investor. The lease portfolio includes a large number of lessees, ranging from large multinationals, public entities, municipalities and small and medium size enterprises, many of them developing based on the support granted by UniCredit Leasing HVB Leasing Romania:  HVB Leasing Romania Incorporation : May 2002 Shareholder structure: Bank Austria Creditanstalt Leasing 80% HVB Bank Romania 20% The activity field includes: cross-border leasing cooperation with international suppliers stock financing for vehicles dealers vendor leasing The company is acting in all standard leasing domains: Vehicle leasing Equipment leasing Real Estate Leasing Additionally - Insurance Brokerage HVB Leasing is part of HVB Group and has as the main shareholder Bank Austria Creditanstalt Leasing GmbH (BA-CA Leasing) HVB Leasing offers personalized financing solutions Unicredit Group Europe:  Unicredit Group Europe UniCredit in Europe it is one of the top 5 banking groups in terms of efficiency and profitability and among the top 20 in terms of total assets (265 billion EURO). The Group can count globally on a network of 4,500 branches and 1,763 promoters. There are about 70,000 employees in the Group. Leading presence in three neighbouring home markets (Germany, Austria and Italy) also leveraging on their significant commercial relationships with CEE: More than 28 million customers served through over 7,000 branches 3 neighbouring home markets in Western Europe Germany: 5% (m. s.), Italy: 10% (m. s.), Austria: 18% (m. s.) Undisputed leader in CEE with extensive presence throughout the region €70bn total asset, more than twice the second player N. 1 in Poland, Bulgaria and Croatia Top 5 position in 9 countries and access to Baltic Countries and Russia (including Romania) Significant business and geographic diversification and critical mass in scale-driven businesses Banking operations in 19 countries Well balanced business portfolio New Leasing Entity:  New Leasing Entity Currently, Unicredit Leasing and HVB Leasing are under merger process. The merger started officially on September 1st, 2006, and it will be concluded by the beginning of the year 2007. Key Figures: New entity combined Market Share – over 15% (market leader) Total Assets worth EUR 523 millions Number of personal: 200 Network : 17 Branches New business volume: 400 € millions (forecast 2006) Number of contracts – 10,000 (forecast 2006) BA-CA Leasing:  BA-CA Leasing Expert knowledge combined with years of experience and well-developed local contacts make us ideal partners for all types of leasing business Business Segments Vehicle Leasing Machinery and Equipment Leasing Real Estate Leasing Products As a universal leasing business, Bank Austria Creditanstalt Leasing offers a broad range of products Real Estate Leasing Equipment Leasing Vehicle Leasing Fleet Management Vendor Finance Cross Border Leasing Insurance Brokerage Construction Mgmt EcoLine: New product line as answer to major investment needs:  EcoLine: New product line as answer to major investment needs The new Product Line EcoLine combines financing of investments for infrastructure for alternative energy: Wind power Biomass energy Solar energy District heating Target market: Austria and CEE, Austrian Power Supplier in their international business EcoLine: Reference project Windpark Parndorf:  EcoLine: Reference project Windpark Parndorf Equipment Leasing Windpark Parndorf: Finance volume Euro 50 Million 23 Wind power stations for Austrian Wind Power (100%-Subsidiary of BEWAG) Project finance definition:  Project finance definition Project cash flow as major source for debt service Long term finance Risk sharing among parties Sponsors Banks Construction enterprises Operators Mostly structured via a special purpose vehicle (SPV) Major credit concerns in project finance:  Major credit concerns in project finance Regulatory and contractual environment Economic effectiveness and efficiency Technology Other concerns Regulatory and contractual environment:  Regulatory and contractual environment General regulatory framework Civil law Corporate law Tax law – double taxation framework Legal framework for effectiveness of collateral Accounting framework Contractual structure Economic effectiveness and efficiency:  Economic effectiveness and efficiency Market environment Business plan / strategy of investor Stability and predictability of cash flow Debt service coverage ratio (DSCR) Management / Operations Market environment:  Market environment Market of energy sources Energy market (electricity) Interdependency between source market and electricity market? Market/environment of energy sources:  Market/environment of energy sources Free energy sources Wind Solar energy Water Biomass energy Predictable/controllable energy sources Biomass energy Solar energy Water Wind Stable source availability forecasts? Seasonal sources? (Are they available when needed?) Energy market (electricity):  Energy market (electricity) Free market volatility Developing deregulation in Europe Market predictability? Subsidised feed-in tariffs Guaranteed period? Grandfathering of current projects in case of legal changes? Guaranteed sales opportunity to electricity grid? Guaranteed period? Grandfathering of current projects in case of legal changes? Technology:  Technology Maturity of technology Status of development Expected further developments and speed of development Substitution technology? Operations and maintenance requirements Cost of operations Cost of maintenance Warranty agreements Other credit concerns:  Other credit concerns Creditworthiness of project partners Logistics Environmental protection Change in public opinion / political environment Logistics:  Logistics Logistics of energy sources Biomass energy (Water) Logistics of electricity grid Availability of electricity grid Availability of energy sources Environmental protection:  Environmental protection Air pollution Biomass energy Filter technology Influence in fauna and flora Water power plants influence rivers Wind parks influence birds Influence in definition of position Influence in construction „Landscape pollution“ Huge technical constructions Logistical (transport) infrastructure Public and political acceptance? Change in public opinion / Political environment:  Change in public opinion / Political environment Change of public opinion / political strategy ? Sustainability as public/political goal? Tightening of environmental strategies? Influence in legal / political framework Stability of frameworks? Grandfathering of current projects? Conclusion – Critical success factors for renewable energy infrastructor:  Conclusion – Critical success factors for renewable energy infrastructor Public support Subsidies in tariffs and guaranteed sale of energy Commercial success needed Stable legal and economic environment Experienced partners for complex transactions Slide23:  THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION! HVB Leasing Romania IFN S.A. 37 Dr. Grigore Mora Street Bucharest, Romania Tel. : +40 (21) 200 77 88 Fax.: +40 (21) 200 77 87 www.hvb-leasing.ro UniCredit Leasing Romania IFN S.A. The Grand Offices, 90 Calea 13 Septembrie, 4th floor Bucharest, Romania Tel. +40 (21) 403 44 11 Fax +40 (21) 403 44 20 www.unicreditleasing.ro

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