Deutsche, MSDW land top roles for Reed Elsevier loan

  • 10 Nov 2000
Anglo-Dutch publisher Reed Elsevier plc is preparing to tap the loan markets for a $8.5bn jumbo acquisition facility. Deutsche Bank has joined Morgan Stanley Dean Witter on the deal and the two are jointly arranging and underwriting the facility on an equal basis. Few details have ...

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