Kinepolis covenant holiday extended until 31 December 2022

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Kinepolis covenant holiday extended until 31 December 2022

14 March 2022, 5.45 pm

Inside information

As a result of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, Kinepolis reached an agreement with its financial institutions at the beginning of 2021 to exempt its bank debt from covenants (a so-called covenant holiday) until 30 June 2022. Kinepolis closed the year 2021 with a strong liquidity position, a recovery in profitability and solvency in the second half of the year and a decrease in the net financial debt, but applies the principle of prudence and reached an agreement with its financial institutions to extend the covenant holiday until 31 December 2022.

This means that, among other things, the conditions regarding the maximum debt ratio in relation to EBITDAL will remain suspended until the end of 2022. These conditions, which apply solely to bank debt, have been replaced by, among other things, a liquidity covenant, which means that the sum of the available cash and confirmed credit lines must be at least € 30.0 million during the term of the covenant holiday.

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About Kinepolis

Kinepolis Group NV was formed in 1997 as a result of the merger of two family-run cinema groups and was listed on the stock exchange in 1998. Kinepolis offers an innovative cinema concept which serves as a pioneering model within the industry. In addition to its cinema business, the Group is also active in film distribution, event organization, screen publicity and property management.

In Europe, Kinepolis Group NV has 58 cinemas spread across Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Spain, Luxembourg, Switzerland and Poland. Since the acquisition of Canadian movie theatre group Landmark Cinemas and American movie theatre group MJR Digital Cinemas, Kinepolis also operates 40 cinemas in Canada and 10 in the US.

In total, Kinepolis Group currently operates 108 cinemas worldwide, with a total of 1,097 screens and almost 200,000 seats. Kinepolis’ employees are all committed to giving millions of visitors an unforgettable movie experience. More information on www.kinepolis.com/corporate.


About Kinepolis

Kinepolis Group NV was formed in 1997 as a result of the merger of two family-run cinema groups and was listed on the stock exchange in 1998. Kinepolis offers an innovative cinema concept which serves as a pioneering model within the industry. In addition to its cinema business, the Group is also active in film distribution, event organization, screen publicity and property management.
 
In Europe, Kinepolis Group NV has 58 cinemas spread across Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Spain, Luxembourg, Switzerland and Poland. Since the acquisition of Canadian movie theatre group Landmark Cinemas and American movie theatre group MJR Digital Cinemas, Kinepolis also operates 40 cinemas in Canada and 10 in the US.
 
In total, Kinepolis Group currently operates 108 cinemas worldwide, with a total of 1,097 screens and almost 200,000 seats. Kinepolis’ employees are all committed to giving millions of visitors an unforgettable movie experience.

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A. Van Troos,
Corporate
Communication Manager

Kinepolis Group nv
Schelde 1
Moutstraat 132-146
B - 9000 Gent

E: pressoffice@kinepolis.com
T: +32 9 241 00 16

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Kinepolis Group NV
Schelde 1
Moutstraat 132-146
B-9000 Gent

+32 9 241 00 00