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Infineon Technologies AG offers semiconductors and system solutions for automotive and industrial electronics, and chip card and security applications worldwide. Its products include automotive ICs, chip card and security ICs, DC/DC converters, discretes and standard products, ESD and EMI protection devices and filters, IGBT chips, interface devices, lighting ICs and LED drivers, linear voltage regulators, microcontrollers, metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistors, power management ICs, power modules, discs and systems, radio frequency systems, sensors and wireless control products, silicon carbide power products, low side and high side switches, and wireless communication products. The company’s products are used in the automation, home appliances, data processing, electromobility, industrial, lighting, medical applications, mobile devices, motor control and drives, motorcycles, e-bikes and small electric vehicles, near field communication, power supplies, smart grids, solar energy systems, and wind energy systems. Infineon Technologies AG is headquartered in Neubiberg, Germany.

28,954 Employees
Last Reported Date: 08/4/14

infineon technologies ag (IFNNF) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, Labor Director and M...
Total Annual Compensation: €1.6M
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice Presi...
Total Annual Compensation: €1.3M
Executive Vice President and Member of the Ma...
Total Annual Compensation: €1.1M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

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Infineon Technologies AG Completes Syndication of EUR 1.55 Billion Loan Facilities for the Acquisition Financing of International Rectifier

Infineon Technologies AG announced that it has recently successfully fully syndicated its EUR 1.55 billion committed acquisition loan facilities. Proceeds from the loan facilities, together with cash-on-hand will be used to fund the acquisition of International Rectifier Corporation. The EUR 800 million and USD 934 million facilities, which were underwritten by Bank of America Merrill Lynch International Limited and Citibank, N.A., London Branch have terms of up to 2 years and 5 years respectively. The acquisition of International Rectifier, which was announced on August 20, 2014, is expected to close late in the calendar year 2014 or early in the calendar year 2015. The loan facilities were syndicated among 13 domestic and international banks. Bank of America Merrill Lynch International Limited and Citigroup Global Markets Limited acted as coordinators and book runners on the transaction, which was substantially oversubscribed, thus leading to a corresponding scale-back of the bank commitments.

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European Commission Imposes EUR 138 Million Cartel Fine on Groups Including Samsung, Philips and Infineon

The European Commission has imposed a EUR 138 million cartel fine on groups including Samsung and Philips for rigging the European market for smart card chips. The commission announced that Philips, Samsung, Infineon and Renesas-at the time a joint venture of Hitachi and Mitsubishi - illegally colluded for about two years to share information on contracts and prices. The smart card chips are used in products such as mobile phones, bank cards, passports and pay television cards. The EU competition commissioner announced that the products were used by ‘almost everybody’. The commission announced that ‘the cartelists knew their conduct was illegal’ and in some cases ‘took measures to conceal the collusion’. The cartel operated between September 2003 and September 2005. Failure to settle Germany's Infineon was fined EUR 82 million, Philips EUR 20 million, and Samsung EUR 35 million. Renesas won immunity from the penalty after revealing the existence of the cartel. The fines followed a failed attempt to settle the case with some of the companies involved. Infineon rejected the charges as "unfounded" and said it was prepared to appeal against the decision. Philips, which spun off its former semiconductor unit in 2006, will also lodge an appeal. Samsung, the world's biggest chipmaker, is reviewing the decision.

 

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