Gazprom-Neft to test Russian retail bid

Gazprom-Neft will test the strength of retail demand for Russian assets when it launches a $1.35bn loan into general syndication today (Wednesday).

  • 04 Aug 2010

The oil arm of state-owned Gazprom is inviting retail investors to commit $75m, $50m or $25m as it seeks to raise a further $150m and increase the deal to $1.5bn.

Bankers on the five year pre-export financing, which has a 210bp margin, said the early signs were positive. “Russia’s ...

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