Scandlines prepares documentation ahead of delayed launch

Scandlines, the German-Danish ferry operator, is preparing documentation to refinance around €1bn of loans. The deal is expected to be launched later this week.

  • By Olivier Holmey
  • 01 Oct 2013

The launch has been delayed — lead bankers had originally planned it for September 25 — because of the difficulties involved in getting all eight bookrunners to agree on the details, according to a senior banker on the transaction.

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