Debt buyer Marlin gets £80m loan of its own

Duke Street-owned consumer debt purchaser Marlin has signed a three year senior syndicated revolving credit facility of £80m in a deal arranged by Royal Bank of Scotland and Investec.

  • 05 Nov 2012

The loan will sit alongside an existing £60m facility. The new deal marks the first time Marlin has worked with RBS, but Investec is one of Marlin’s existing relationship banks.

Ken Stannard, Marlin chief executive, said the new loan reduced the company’s cost of funds. Marlin has invested nearly ...

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