Halic Bridge banks scaled back

The Municipality of Istanbul received plenty of commitments for a Eu151m loan backing the construction of the city’s Halic Bridge, with lenders getting hefty scale-backs when the deal was signed last week.

  • 25 Jun 2010
WestLB was sole bookrunner on the facility, which was split between a Eu101m six year commercial bank tranche ‘A’ and a Eu50m 10 year ‘B’ piece covered by Euler Hermes, the German export credit agency. Lenders, who could commit pro rata or to each tranche individually, were offered ...

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