CIS firms move fast to beat liquidity slump
A number of Central and Eastern Europe and CIS firms have begun scoping the market out for new bank facilities before potential regional deleveraging and liquidity tightening takes its toll, said a loans banker.
Russian development bank Vnesheconombank (VEB) is in the very early stages of gauging market appetite for a new loan, according to bankers.
VEB last tapped the market in May 2011 when it borrowed $2.45bn in a three year facility with a 130bp margin. It remains Russias largest FI
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