Investec opens refi discussions for two year loan

A refinancing deal with an extended two year tenor is on the cards for South African bank Investec, according to loans bankers. The borrower has begun discussions with lenders to refinance a Eu479m 18 month loan signed in June 2010.

  • 11 May 2011
That facility was split between a $310m tranche and a Eu262.5m piece and paid a margin of 125bp. The transaction was arranged by bookrunners Lloyds and Standard Chartered. Citi, Commerzbank, Credit Agricole, Erste, HSBC, ING, RBS, Wells Fargo and WestLB joined as mandated lead arrangers while Barclays Capital, ...

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