BE Group steels Skr1.4bn line

BE Group, the Swedish steel firm, has signed a new Skr1.4bn ($202.43m) three year credit facility with SEB and Svenska Handelsbanken. The loan, which includes guarantee facilities, can be extended by up to two years.

  • 19 Jul 2012
The Malmo-based firm last tapped the market in 2010, when it arranged a Skr1.3bn three year revolver through the same two mandated lead arrangers. At the end of the first six months of the year, before this new transaction was completed, BE Group had unused credit facilities totalling ...

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