Lenders hopeful for CEE pick-up in 2021

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By Mariam Meskin
27 Nov 2020

Bank lenders are hopeful that volumes across the typically active central and eastern Europe region will pick up, after what has been a disappointing year. This week Romanian meat processing company Carmistin Group raised a syndicated loan from a range of regional lenders, which is one of only five deals signed in the country this year.

Since the start of the year, 92 loans have been signed in central and eastern Europe with a total value of $48bn. That represents a decline in volume from this point last year, when 156 loans had been signed with a total value of $63bn. 

Most corporates across CEEMEA ...

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