Seven banks including Barclays and BNP Paribas, which advised on the acquisition, will provide around €1.2bn of infrastructure loans to back the deal, said Reuters, citing sources.
The package will likely include investment grade five-year term loans and revolving credit facilities and some of the loans will be refinanced at a later stage via the bond market, said the report.
Vinci is currently in exclusive talks to sell three quarters of Vinci Park to Ardian and Credit Agricole for €1.425bn, which puts the total value of the unit at €1.96bn.
Vinci Park operates about 2,600 parking-lot assets in 14 countries, and had revenues of €615m in 2012.
The completed deal would see the business expand into high-growth markets such as North America, Latin America and Asia.
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