Metinvest returns to market with three year loan

Ukrainian steel credit Metinvest has launched a $300m three year loan into general syndication. The borrower will mostly look to its relationship banking group for funds, although others have been invited to participate, according to a loans banker familiar with the deal.

  • 10 Apr 2012
“The loan has been appropriately priced to reflect the current market conditions,” said a second banker, noting that the new loan was priced less aggressively than the 300bp Metinvest paid for its $1bn November 2011 deal, which marked a sharp dive from the 550bp the company paid in ...

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