European banks crowd CCI loan

By Mike Turner
02 Jul 2019

US-based energy trading firm Castleton Commodities International has signed $2.775bn of loan facilities, with European banks making up a large part of the group.

CCI’s bank lines are made up of a committed borrowing base facility and an unsecured revolving credit facility with maturities from 364 days to three years. 

The borrowing base facility is by far the larger of the two credit lines. It is split between a $750m three year tranche, ...

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