Wilmington brings in Bank of Ireland for refi

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By Mike Turner
04 Jul 2019

The UK’s Wilmington has renewed its sterling revolving credit facility, with the digital business publishing house switching out one of its lending banks in the process.

Wilmington’s new £65m deal will mature in July 2023, with an option to extend the tenor to October 2024.

The deal comes with a £35m accordion facility, allowing the borrower to increase the size up to £100m.

Barclays, NatWest Markets and the Bank of Ireland provided the new facility. The ...

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