AngloGold Ashanti hits five year tenor with new revolver

South African mining firm AngloGold Ashanti has stretched out the tenor of its revolving credit lines after announcing a $1bn five year revolving credit facility from 15 banks on Monday.

  • 27 Jul 2012

The loan refinances the firm’s $1bn four year unsecured loan that matures in April 2014. The new deal matures in July 2017.

"The new RCF was significantly oversubscribed," the firm said. "The new facility improves the overall tenor and maturity profile of the group’s existing debt facilities."

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