Banks on board Aurizon A$3.6bn refinancing

Australian rail freight company Aurizon Holdings has refinanced its outstanding debt, after 13 lenders came on board for its A$3.6bn ($3.59bn) syndicated loan.

  • By Rashmi Kumar
  • 26 Jul 2013

Subsidiary Aurizon Network borrowed A$3bn and the additional A$600m was taken by Aurizon Finance, according to bankers.

The A$3bn loan was split into three: a A$1.3bn five year with a margin of 175bp over the bank bill swap rate; a A$1.2bn three year priced at 140bp over the ...

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