CPI Property grows revolver with liquidity still the key concern for corps

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By Mike Turner
27 Nov 2020

CPI Property, the Frankfurt listed property owner, has signed a new €700m revolving credit facility, bumping up the size of its main bank line as lenders say liquidity is still a focus for corporates.

The new revolver matures in January 2026 and replaces a €510m facility that was due to mature in 2022.

Barclays, Bank of China, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, JP Morgan, Komercni Banka, Raiffeisen Bank, Santander and UniCredit provided the financing. 

“What we are seeing now is a lot more corporates ...

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