Network Rail

  • 14 Feb 2003
EuroWeek understands that bankers close to Network Rail are in discussions with the borrower about general corporate purpose facilities. These would not necessarily be drawn, but will provide backstop support. Network Rail is planning a £9bn securitisation which will be supported by the Strategic Rail Authority through a ...

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