Endividamento – Cemig D

Endividamento – Cemig D

The Company’s consolidated gross debt on December 31, 2021 was R$ 11,363,963, or 24,3% lower than at the end of 2020, mainly reflecting the partial repurchase of eurobonds – “Tender Offer”, in the principal amount of US$500 million in the period.

However, all the parameters that measure the company’s financial health are at very comfortable levels, such as the ratio between debt and Ebitda, which reached 1.22 times. Cemig’s financial management policy seeks to ensure sustained growth and the creation of value for shareholders, acting in a way that maximizes the financial result:

  • Indebtedness seeks to maximize the benefits of the capital structure;
  • Reduced weighted average cost of capital;
  • Expansion of access to the financial market;
  • Combination of reduced costs with extended terms;
Consolidated Debt
Consolidated 2022 2023 2024 2025 2026 Total
Currency
US dollar 42,173 5,580,500 5,622,673
Total, currency denominated 42,173 5,580,500 5,622,673
Index
IPCA 774,084 274,678 377,118 1,260,943 1,635,083 4,321,906
UFIR/RGR 3,267 2,380 5,647
CDI 627,989 560,000 270,000 1,457,989
URTJ/TJLP 20,625 20,625
Total by index 1,425,965 837,058 647,118 1,260,943 1,635,083 5,806,167
(-) Custos de transação (3,005) (747) (10,706) (4,526) (17,535) (36,519)
(±) Recursos antecipados (13,356) (13,356)
(-) Deságio (7,501) (7,501) (15,002)
Overall total 1,465,133 836,311 6,203,556 1,248,916 1,610,047 11,363,963

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Update April 22, 2022
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