Noble plots $2bn multi-tranche refi

Hong Kong commodities company Noble Group is looking to raise more than $2bn to refinance several loans that are due to mature this year. But the borrower could increase the deal to as much as $3bn — if bank appetite is sufficient.

  • 17 Apr 2011
Two one year tranches worth $943.4m and Eu132m are due to mature from Noble’s blow-out $2.54bn deal last December, as is a $49m one year facility from its August 2010 deal. The company is also expected to refinance a $877.4m two year loan from a deal it closed ...

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