Istanbul gets strong support for Halic Bridge

A Eu151m syndicated loan backing the construction of Istanbul’s Halic Bridge is picking up plenty of commitments and should close in the next week, bankers close to the deal said this week.

  • 09 Apr 2010
The Municipality of Istanbul, rated Ba2/BB-/BB+, launched the facility via bookrunner WestLB a month ago. It is split between a Eu100m six year commercial bank tranche and a Eu51m 10 year piece covered by Euler Hermes, the German export credit agency. Lenders have been offered pro rata tickets ...

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