Gazprombank hires for year’s first Russian FI deal

Gazprombank is the latest Russian borrower to approach banks for a new deal as the long awaited revival of the country’s loan market begins to pick up pace for the second half of the year.

  • 06 Jul 2012

The third largest bank in Russia, rated B1/BB+, has hired SMBC to co-ordinate a $600m one year deal. The loan is at pre-mandate stage, though bankers are hoping to close it by the end of July.

"It’s a good credit and there have been no commercial Russian financial ...

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