Com Hem leads seek at least €250m from funds

Bookrunners on Com Hem’s Skr7.1bn ($1.12bn) of leveraged loans will syndicate at least €250m of the facility in euros and to institutional investors, as slow uptake from Nordic banks in the early-bird phase pushed the commitment deadline back by one week to this Thursday.

  • 31 Aug 2011
“There was always going to be a euro piece, but we hadn’t decided on its size,” said one banker close to the deal. “People were keen to know as they wanted an idea of how liquid it would be — so we have said €250m, but that is ...

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