Gazprom’s German subsidiary gets revolver refi

Gazprom Germania, the Russian oil and gas champion’s German subsidiary, has signed three banks into a Eu370m revolver arranged by Commerzbank and LBBW. The deal includes an accordion, which will allow the borrower to increase the loan within the next six months.

  • 23 Sep 2009
During syndication, which took place quietly throughout the summer after the two lead banks were mandated in June, ING, IKB and KfW joined the facility, which was oversubscribed. All except for ING were existing lenders to Gazprom Germania, which will refinance a revolver maturing in April 2010 with ...

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