Global demand helps Noble upsize to $2.54bn

Noble Group, the Hong Kong-based commodities company, signed an increased $2.54bn loan on Wednesday after attracting 76 banks to the syndicate from around the world — with most banks choosing to contribute dollars despite an option to commit in euros.

  • 01 Dec 2010

Noble initially targeted $1.5bn, split between a one year and three year revolver. The three year revolver has been increased to $1.426bn, while the one year revolver has now been divided into a $943m dollar-denominated facility and a euro facility for just Eu132m ($172m).

“Noble made it clear that ...

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