Long-running Qtel deal set to sign

Qatar Telecom (Qtel) is set to close the last chapter in its refinancing story by signing banks into an oversubscribed forward start facility on Wednesday. It will be increased to $2bn from the $1.5bn it reached during a senior phase in March, after raising over $3bn in general syndication.

  • 16 Sep 2009
The deal for the A1/A-/A+ rated borrower has been one of the longest running loans in the market this year, after the retail phase was postponed for nearly five months. Senior lenders signed into the $1.5bn facility in March, but general syndicated was delayed when the borrower chose ...

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