Bankers unable to confirm facility backing Dyno Nobel takeover

  • 13 Mar 2008

Fertiliser maker Incitec Pivot has agreed to pay A$2bn in cash and stock for Dyno Nobel, the world’s second largest explosives maker.

Local newspaper The Australian reported this week that the deal would be backed by a A$2.4bn credit facility. But bankers that EuroWeek spoke to could not ...

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