Aabar set to launch $800m loan as DIC asks for standstill

Aabar, the Abu Dhabi investment firm, is set to launch an $800m loan into syndication in the next week or so, bankers close to the deal said on Thursday, even as Dubai International Capital announced a three month standstill on some of its debt.

  • 28 May 2010
Aabar signed the three year facility with Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, National Bank of Abu Dhabi and Royal Bank of Scotland on Sunday. But it will be sold down more widely and increased according to how much is raised from the market.Bankers away from the loan said the ...

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