Gunvor sets out tickets for one and three year revolvers

Commodity trading firm Gunvor Group has launched a $1.2bn revolving credit facility to support the existing operations and new investments and of its subsidiaries Gunvor International BV and Gunvor SA.

  • By Olivier Holmey
  • 24 Oct 2013

The deal consists of two tranches, the issuer announced on Thursday: one revolver due to mature in 364 days, paying 170bp over Libor, and another to mature in three years’ time, paying 245bp.

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