Reduced Halyk Bank limps to closure as challenges for East European deals grow

13 Sep 2007

Kazakhstan’s Halyk Bank cut its $400m facility to $300m and dropped the five year piece on its dual-tranche deal, it emerged this week, after problems in attracting commitments during syndication.

Completion of the deal was announced on Wednesday, nearly six weeks after it was launched on August 3, although ...

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