Norton Rose and Lovells gear up with roles on £340m Jaguar loan
Norton Rose and Lovells have taken lead roles on a £340m loan agreement for Jaguar Land Rover from the European Investment Bank (EIB). The loan has been granted to the car maker's parent company Tata Motors under the European Clean Transport Facility, a facility set up in 2008 to support research into green energy, and will be used to finance investment to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
City firms advise as Jaguar Land Rover secures loan from the EIB
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