Trafigura success bodes well for flurry of commodities deals

Trafigura, the Dutch commodities trading firm, has signed its new multi-currency syndicated facility, increasing the line from a planned $3bn to $4.265bn and increasing market confidence in the commodities sector deals that are still to come in the next few months.

  • 01 Mar 2013
"The borrower was always bullish about reaching the $4bn number, but the transaction went even better than we thought it would," said one syndicate banker. "Trafigura has more than 100 relationship banks, and it works hard to maintain those relationships so each of the banks feels that it ...

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