Asciano weeks away from signing A$1bn forward start

Australian ports and rail operator Asciano Group is close to securing a A$1bn forward start facility (FSF) that marks the final stages of its debt restructuring and reduction plans.

  • 08 Oct 2009
Asciano is refinancing A$500m of a A$2.25bn ‘A’ loan that matures in July 2010 and A$500m of a A$550m revolver that matures on the same date. Both the ‘A’ piece and the revolver are part of a A$5.2bn facility for Asciano Finance Trust that was signed in May ...

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