Vitol, Sonangol keep loan mart ticking over

With Swiss oil trader Vitol in the market this week with a $3bn forward start, and Angola’s Sonangol perparing itself for the general syndication of a $1bn underwritten facility, the flow of deals in the EMEA loan market has not quite tailed off for the summer yet. But many other transactions are now being wrapped up and bankers are already turning their sights to their September pipeline. Read EuroWeek on Friday for the latest on all the transactions coming out to market over the next months.

  • 08 Jul 2009

Sarah White +44 (0) 207 779 73 23

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