Turk Telecom homes in on $600m debut

Turk Telekom, the fixed line phone operator, has picked Citi, HSBC and WestLB to coordinate its debut loan, a $600m club financing which is expected to be wrapped up shortly.

  • 10 Sep 2009

Invitations for the deal are understood to have gone out on Wednesday, although banks have already been sounded out on the three year facility.

Banks co-ordinating the facility insisted it would be a pure club deal, with no senior group of lenders.

Potential bank lenders are already warming ...

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