Lenders limber up for $13bn as InBev stretches on price

Anheuser-Busch InBev is set to aggressively take advantage of bank lenders’ appetite for blue-chip clients and the consequent tightening in loan prices when it launches a $13bn refinancing which is expected before the end of March.

  • 26 Feb 2010
The international brewer could pay a margin of just 85bp on a three year tranche and 115bp for the five year money, said bankers close to the borrower.Should it go ahead, the refinancing will be the largest deal in the European loan market in more than a year ...

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