William Hill replaces loans with new £550m revolver

William Hill has signed a £550m revolving credit that replaces a £538.5m loan arranged in 2009 and which had been due to mature in March 2012.

  • 03 Dec 2010

The new facility has an expiry date of November 2015.

Out of the 11 banks in the new syndicate, 10 are existing relationship banks. Bookrunners on William Hill’s previous loan were Barclays Capital, HSBC, Lloyds and RBS. They were joined by Allied Irish Banks, Bank of Ireland, Bank ...

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