Royal & Sun gets £400m but loses some relationship banks

  • 10 Oct 2003

The self-arranged £400m loan for UK insurance company Royal & SunAlliance has closed oversubscribed by around £100m after a long and turbulent journey through the market.

The prospects for the deal were thrown into doubt in September when RSA chose three investment banks that had not lent to the ...

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