Dubai Holding pushes maturity of $1.16bn Sharia and conventional loan to 2016

Lenders have agreed to extend the maturity of a $1.16bn three year loan for Dubai Holding to December 2016, according to a spokesperson for the company.

  • 12 Aug 2011
The $1.16bn loan was split between conventional and Sharia-compliant tranches. The Sharia-compliant deal was arranged by Noor Islamic Bank and Standard Chartered. Bank of America Merrill Lynch, BTMU, Crédit Agricole, Emirates NBD, Mashreq Bank and Union National Bank led the conventional tranche. It was signed on August 19 ...

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