ICAP signs new core revolving facility

Interdealer broker ICAP signed an unsecured $880m three year multi-currency revolver on Friday, incorporating a swingline facility of up to $200m, increasing the deal after it was “significantly oversubscribed” in syndication.

  • 10 May 2010
“The deal went very well, and we found that conditions in the loan market were pretty attractive,” said an ICAP spokesman. “All of the existing lenders rolled over at the same level of commitment, while ANZ, AIB and BNP Paribas also joined the syndicate. Of those that we ...

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