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  • JP Morgan provides €3.5bn for controversial football Super League

    JP Morgan provides €3.5bn for controversial football Super League

    JP Morgan has emerged as the lender to a new Super League in European football. The US bank is committing to provide at least €3.5bn in debt for infrastructure projects, in the biggest shake-up of the world’s most popular sport in a generation. While highly controversial and not short of criticism, the new league will make its founding clubs more attractive investments.

  • PTPN signs loan extension

    PTPN signs loan extension

    Indonesia palm oil company Perkebunan Nusantara III (PTPN) has signed an extension agreement for a $390.6m loan after almost a year-long discussion with banks.

  • Nordic Infra gets €200m green loan

    Nordic Infra gets €200m green loan

    Nordic Infrastructure, a Swiss industrial holding company, has signed a €200m green loan, with the company planning on using part of the proceeds on its acquisitive portfolio company Solör Bioenergy.

  • Prasac trims pricing on loan return

    Prasac trims pricing on loan return

    Cambodia’s Prasac Microfinance Institution has returned to the loan market for $200m, narrowing pricing by 35bp compared to its last transaction in 2020.

  • Mind ID seeks $1.5bn in general syndication

    Mind ID seeks $1.5bn in general syndication

    Mining Industry Indonesia (Mind ID) is testing lenders’ appetite for a $1.5bn dual-tranche loan that has been launched into syndication through a group of eight banks.

  • PP investors weigh up governance as UK schools face crisis

    PP investors weigh up governance as UK schools face crisis

    Institutional investors are weighing up governance at elite UK private schools after a series of serious sexual assault allegations emerged from the sector. As certain private schools look for new deals to add to the £500m they have already raised, investors are focusing on how schools have handled the ensuing crisis.

  • EU eyes separate gas law, leaves harmful bioenergy in Taxonomy

    EU eyes separate gas law, leaves harmful bioenergy in Taxonomy

    The European Commission is set to put forward a new solution to the intense battle over the EU's sustainable finance Taxonomy, between green finance supporters and EU member states that want to safeguard their plans to use gas, GlobalCapital has learned. This would appear to involve leaving gas out of the sustainable category of the Taxonomy, as environmentalists have demanded, and making a "separate legislative proposal" to deal with gas and nuclear power.

  • CBRT rate hold calms markets but woes far from over

    CBRT rate hold calms markets but woes far from over

    The Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey on Thursday held its key interest rate at 19% despite fears that new governor and low interest rate champion Şahap Kavcıoğlu would cut rates. But despite the policy move, investor anxieties remain.

  • Cimpress preps cleanup of costly Apollo crisis debt

    Cimpress preps cleanup of costly Apollo crisis debt

    Cimpress has launched a cross-border term loan ‘B’, aiming to raise more first lien debt at tight levels to allow it to clean up its costly 12% second lien facility raised from Apollo last April.

  • Ukraine central bank chief Shevchenko on independence, IMF cash and PrivatBank

    Ukraine central bank chief Shevchenko on independence, IMF cash and PrivatBank

    Ukraine is once more at the forefront of emerging market investors' worries as military tensions with Russia escalate. Amid the uncertainty, Ukraine is fighting another uphill battle to access IMF funding in order to recover its economy as soon as possible. The governor of the National Bank of Ukraine, Kyrylo Shevchenko, spoke to GlobalCapital about the challenges the country is facing and the importance of central bank independence.

  • Wilmar launches $1bn loan

    Wilmar launches $1bn loan

    Singapore’s agribusiness company Wilmar International has returned to the loan market for a borrowing of up to $1bn.

  • Surrey Univ follows King’s into US PPs

    Surrey Univ follows King’s into US PPs

    The University of Surrey has issued a US private placement, according to market sources, less than a month after King’s College, London returned to the market. Institutional investors are regaining confidence in the UK’s higher education sector, after a year in which revenues shrank and student intake became uncertain.

  • Lloyds picks resources banker to lead ESG team

    Lloyds picks resources banker to lead ESG team

    Lloyds Bank has appointed a senior banker to lead a new 16 strong team structuring environmental, social and governance products and services for companies in the UK, and plans to hire further staff externally.

  • Freeport mines loan comeback

    Freeport mines loan comeback

    Freeport Indonesia, a copper mining company, is in talks with banks for a new $750m loan for capital expenditure, after being forced to cancel a larger facility last year owing to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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