Russia’s market looks beyond Tatneft to return of miners

Loans bankers are considering which deals might come out of Russia early next year following the high take-up for oil group Tatneft’s $1.5bn facility, likely to be the country’s last corporate deal of 2009.

  • 16 Nov 2009
Tatneft raised about $1.9bn, far more than most bankers expected, especially given that the dual tranche pre-export financing contained a five year piece. Bankers said that the attractive pricing — the three year tranche pays 585bp and the longer debt 685bp — meant several lenders joined for yield ...

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