Globo harnesses Portuguese risk, reduces Brazil exposure

  • 07 May 1999
GLOBO Organizations, the Brazilian television company that is the world's fifth largest TV broadcaster, this week launched an innovative secured borrowing that earned it Eu50m of three year funds at 300bp over Euribor, a substantial improvement on what it could achieve in conventional markets. There have been similar transactions in ...

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