Aabar gives MidEast succour, launches $2bn deal

Aabar, the Abu Dhabi investment group, gave the Middle East’s loan market some much-wanted supply on Thursday when it launched a $2bn facility paying an all-in margin of just under 200bp.

  • 01 Jul 2010

Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, National Bank of Abu Dhabi and Royal Bank of Scotland are bookrunners on the three year facility, split between a $1.4bn bullet term loan and a $600m revolver. Credit Suisse and Abu Dhabi’s Union National Bank joined before the launch.

The margin in 150bp. In ...

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