Continental nears signing for €4.5bn benchmark

German auto-parts maker Continental is set to sign a €4.5bn refinancing imminently, as bankers hailed the deal for setting a pricing benchmark for crossover borrowers in 2013.

  • 17 Jan 2013
Continental’s deal is split between a €1.5bn three year term loan and a €3bn five year revolver. The shorter piece has a margin of 225bp and the longer piece pays 200bp over Euribor. The refinancing of an August 2007 line is being led by Citi and is now ...

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