Lenders cram into Bunge deal as commodity firms shine

There was standing room only at the bank meeting to discuss a $1.25bn revolving credit line for Bunge on Thursday, as lenders flocked to be part of the syndicate for the commodities trading firm.

  • 18 Feb 2011
"New banks are looking at the deal, and there are 11 already on the top, so this should be a fairly easy deal," said a banker working on the facility. "Although Bunge is only offering a three year tranche, it’s well rated and the deal pays well, so ...

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