Nordic corporates storm Q4 loan market

Alfa Laval, the Swedish engineering group, is arranging a new Eu265m loan to back its bid for fellow Scandinavian company Munters, as activity in the Nordic sector looks set to soar in the next few months. Danish brewer, Carlsberg, is also looking to arrange a new five year facility refinancing existing debt and firms from the Nordic region could set the agenda for the final quarter of the year. To find out more, read EuroWeek on Friday.

  • 07 Sep 2010

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