Ono nets five year maturity relief with €1.4bn refinancing

Spanish cable operator Ono (B2/B/B) said it has no significant debt maturities until 2017 after it signed a €1.4bn refinancing loan with 12 institutions at interest rates described as "attractive" by Barclays high yield credit research analysts.

  • 25 May 2012

"This action brings significant improvements to the overall capital structure, leaving the company with adequate liquidity, a manageable amortisation schedule and its maturity wall being pushed out from 2013 to 2018," said Barclays.

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