Mercuria Energy signs increased loan after Asian focus

Mercuria Energy, the Singaporean subsidiary of a Swiss commodities trader, has signed and allocated an increased $500m loan after getting 19 commitments to the Asia-focused facility. The deal follows a $1bn loan from European banks earlier this year

  • 15 Dec 2010
The borrower initially wanted to raise $330m to refinance a one year facility agreed in January 2010. But demand for the two tranche loan exceeded $500m, allowing Mercuria to increase the deal. Its European syndication in June was similarly successful, increased from $900m to $1.25bn after 23 banks ...

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