NSG’s two loans refinance acquisition debt

NSG UK Enterprises, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Japanese glass producer NSG Group that bought Pilkington Glass in 2006, signed two new banking facilities worth Eu425.52m on Wednesday to refinance existing bank debt.

  • 26 Mar 2010

The new facility, comprising a Skr488m (Eu50.52m) term loan and a Eu375m revolving credit facility, will be used to refinance a portion of the outstanding £1.82bn loan signed in April 2006 as part of the acquisition of Pilkington.

Lloyds Banking group coordinated the facility, which was well oversubscribed in ...

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