Dogus targets relationship banks with underwritten deal

Turkish conglomerate Dogus Holding has hired Bank of America and Citi as mandated lead arrangers and bookrunners for a $250m-equivalent dual currency term loan. Both banks have underwritten the deal.

  • 05 Jul 2012

The three year deal is being syndicated among the credit’s relationship banks. It is expected to close within a month.

Dogus group has 132 companies in seven business areas – financial services, automotive, construction, media, tourism, real estate and energy.

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