FagorBrandt, whose successor is the Brandt group, benefited from an exceptional and temporary support package, financed by the Economic and Social Development Fund, to help viable intermediate-sized enterprises experiencing economic difficulties and undergoing bankruptcy proceedings. As a result, it received two loans of €10 million in 2013 and €47.5 million in 2014 below market rates. If the Commission finds that these aids gave FagorBrandt an undue economic advantage, the Commission considers nonetheless that insofar as these rates were retroactively raised during the procedure, the Brandt group reimbursed the amount of the unlawful remaining aid thereby neutralizing the advantage.