Turk Telekom says hello to RBS loan

Turk Telekom has signed a $100m three year bilateral line from RBS. This is the firm's second large bilateral facility in the last two months.

  • By Michael Turner
  • 31 Jul 2013

The firm is paying a margin of 250bp for the loan. The fees are undisclosed.

On June 7, Turk Telekom signed a $300m 3.5 year bilateral line from Emirates NBD. That deal's margin was slightly higher than the RBS loan at 268bp over Libor. 

However, both margins are lower than ...

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