Nestlé increases takeover transaction after 100% hit with relationship banks

Nestlé reported a 100% hit rate during syndication of its 364-day bridge loan backing its takeover of Pfizer Infant Nutrition, leading the borrower to increase the line from a planned $7.4bn to $8.5bn.

  • 04 Jul 2012
The loan has a margin of 20bp and lenders will be paid a commitment fee of 1bp. A utilisation fee of 10bp is payable for the first third drawn, 15bp for up to two thirds drawn and a 30bp utilisation fee is payable if more than two thirds ...

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