Bankers prep $250m Kondor as RAET stays on backburner

As the leveraged loan market goes through its busiest period of the year, a deal for trade processing and risk management unit Kondor could be one of the first autumn crop of LBO deals.

  • 22 Jul 2011

Leveraged finance bankers are working on a leveraged loan package totalling around $250m for Kondor, which is attracting the interest of private equity firms including Advent International, Bain Capital, Bridgepoint and TPG.

Should the deal go ahead, the debt would be arranged after the summer break, bankers said, with ...

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