Fibabanka squeezes in one more Turkish bank refi

Turkey’s Fibabanka has signed a $167m loan, bringing its refinancings for the year to an end.

  • By Bianca Boorer
  • 08 Dec 2017

The facility, which signed on November 27, was comprised of three tranches.

Tranche A was signed for $30m, tranche B for €94.6m, both have a tenor of 367 days. The $25m Tranche C has a maturity of two years and one week.

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