Scandlines to appeal to euro lenders

Scandlines’ €875m loan package is expected to attract a wave of commitments from European investors hungry for new paper, after the deal was marketed at a bank meeting on Tuesday.

  • By Olivier Holmey
  • 11 Oct 2013
The German-Danish ferry operator's drawn debt — a €265m six year amortising term loan ‘A’ at 425bp over Euribor and a €525m seven year bullet term loan ‘B’ at 525bp over — is the largest leveraged loan deal in euros to be issued so far this month. Lenders ...

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