Carrefour pushes lenders with another relationship deal

French supermarket Carrefour may face lending fatigue from its relationship banks as it markets its second syndicated facility in just over a year.

  • 27 Oct 2011

The Baa1/BBB+/BBB+ rated company, the world’s second biggest supermarket group, is seeking a €1.5bn five year refinancing deal after completing a €1.75bn revolver with the same maturity in July 2010.

“This could get interesting,” said a banker who has seen the invitation for the deal. “They did a deal ...

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