Investor set to sign refi, may increase from Skr10bn

Sweden’s industrial holding firm Investor AB will sign a new five year plus one plus one revolving credit facility over the coming few days, and may increase the loan from a planned Skr10bn ($1.57bn) after the deal proved popular in syndication.

  • 07 Jul 2011

“There was a high hit rate on this deal and it was oversubscribed,” said a London-based banker close to the process. “We’re now discussing allocations and whether it will be increased, and it should be signed early next week.”

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