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                                                Debt financing

                                                SSAB's funding is focused on supporting the Group’s strategy and covering the needs for financing within the framework of the Group's financial policy. The funding is primarily executed through the parent company. In order to minimize the refinancing risk, the objective is that the debt should have an even maturity profile. Short-term funding is primarily obtained through the commercial paper markets in Sweden and Finland. SSAB has a strong and supportive bank group providing committed back-stop facilities to secure the short-term funding and liquidity needs.  In order to secure access to competitively priced funding in the relevant markets, SSAB strives to be transparent and informative toward the investor community.

                                                 

                                                Key figures     Q2/2020  2019  2018  2017  2016  2015  2014
                                                Net debt* SEK million 12,782  11,696  8,582  11,574 17,887
                                                23,156
                                                24,674
                                                Net debt/equity ratio* % 21 19  14  22  34 52 56
                                                Average term on the loan portfolio years 5.3 7.1  6.5  5.5  5.1 4.6 3.9
                                                Averaged fixed interest term years 0.9 1.1  1.1  1.1  0.8 1.1
                                                1.2
                                                Non-utilized credit facilities SEK million 14,757  6,727  6,992  8,263  7,096 8,308
                                                8,714
                                                Cash and cash equivalents SEK million 5,559  3,591  2,598  4,249  3,879 2,711
                                                3,014

                                                *Including IFRS 16 from Q1/2019 onwards

                                                 

                                                Cash flow, financing and liquidity (from Q2/2020 report)

                                                Operating cash flow for the second quarter of 2020 amounted to SEK 629 (1,696) million. Compared with the second quarter of 2019, cash flow was impacted primarily by lower operating profit.

                                                Net cash flow amounted to SEK 48 (-1,577) million. The second quarter last year was impacted by acquisitions and payment of a dividend to shareholders. Net debt at June 30, 2020 was SEK 12,782 (11,809) million.

                                                The term to maturity of the total loan portfolio at June 30, 2020 averaged 5.3 (6.4) years, with an average fixed interest period of 0.9 (1.1) years.

                                                Cash and cash equivalents were SEK 5,559 (4,427) million and non-utilized credit facilities were SEK 14,757 (7,153) million, which combined corresponds to 29% (15%) of rolling 12-month revenue.

                                                Debt structure on (at June 30, 2020)

                                                Debt structure on

                                                Net debt and net debt/equity ratio

                                                Debt maturity (at June 30, 2020)

                                                Debt maturity

                                                Debt cost and duration

                                                Debt cost and duration

                                                Debt programs

                                                SSAB’s funding is conducted primarily through the bank market and existing note and commercial paper programs. For borrowing for terms of up to ten years, a European Medium Term Note program (EMTN) is used, while Swedish and Finnish commercial paper programs are used for borrowing for shorter terms. The program limit of the EMTN program is EUR 2,000 million. The Swedish commercial paper program has a limit of SEK 5,000 million and the Finnish commercial paper program has a limit of EUR 500 million.

                                                Main financial arrangements 
                                                Total amount
                                                European medium Term Note
                                                program (EMTN)
                                                EUR 2,000 million
                                                Swedish commercial paper program
                                                SEK 5,000 million
                                                Finnish commercial paper program
                                                EUR 500 million

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                                                Credit ratings

                                                On May 27, 2019 S&P Global Ratings raised its long-term corporate credit rating on SSAB to “BB+” from ” BB”.
                                                At the same time, S&P affirmed the “B” short-term corporate credit rating. The outlook is stable.
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