Valora draws on loan for acquisition

Swiss retailer Valora will use a new Sfr450m ($482m) syndicated loan facility to finance part of its acquisition of shop operator Ditsch/Brezelkönig.

  • 25 Sep 2012

The new loan replaces an outstanding five year facility of Sfr300m signed in November last year with UBS as bookrunner and Commerzbank as mandated lead arranger.

The acquisition will mean that Valora has access to around 230 new small retail outlets across Germany and Swizerland. Ditsch/Brezelkönig, which was ...

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