Eircom seeks extension on 'B' loan while leverage falls

Eircom Group, the Irish telecom firm, has said that it wants to extend the maturity on a senior credit facility to a time when it is more likely to be able to repay “at economics that make sense for the company”.

  • By Olivier Holmey
  • 14 Feb 2014

The borrower is seeking two more years from the facility's maturity in September 2017. The announcement was included in an invitation to a presentation on Eircom’s results for the second half of 2013, which was brought forward from February 27 to February 7.

Eircom added that the extension ...

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