Enel set for smooth ride as banks fight to lend for relationship benefit, side business

  • 24 Oct 2003

Benevolent conditions for high quality borrowers in the loan market have tempted Italian electricity company Enel to extend its debt beyond 12 months.

Citigroup and Mediobanca have the mandate to arrange a Eu3bn revolver benchmarked against last year's deals for German utilities E.On and RWE and, like its peers, ...

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