Noble launches $1.5bn loan after securing 17 bookrunners

Commodities company Noble Group has launched a $1.5bn revolving credit facility, and has picked 17 banks to take the deal into general syndication.

  • 26 Mar 2012

The Singapore-listed company, a frequent borrower in Asia’s loan market, is splitting the deal between a $600m 364 day facility, and a $900m three year revolver, Noble said in a statement at the end of last week.

The deal is paying a top-level all-in rate of 190bp for ...

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