Trafigura increases RCF at 2011 pricing

Commodities trading firm Trafigura increased the size of its multicurrency revolver from a planned $600m to $1.1bn after the one year facility was heavily oversubscribed during syndication.

  • 05 Mar 2012

The line will be used to replace an existing $676m one year deal, which was closed in March 2011.

Citi, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, DBS, JP Morgan, Standard Chartered, UBS and UniCredit were named as mandated lead arrangers and bookrunners and committed to the deal in advance. A further ...

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