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Tuesday, 23 April 2019

Aaron Weinman' s stories

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  • Banks push green agenda in LatAm

    Loans | 18 April 2019

    Banks active in Latin America have earmarked potential green loans for corporate borrowers, which seek to advance environmental, social and governance criteria, despite some companies’ reluctance to allocate resources to environmentally-friendly operations.

  • Engie, CDPQ line up financing for Brazil's TAG pipeline

    Loans | 12 April 2019

    French energy company Engie and Canadian pension fund Caisse de Dépôt el Placement du Québec (CDPQ) is tapping nine lenders for US dollar- and Brazilian real-denominated debt to finance its purchase of the Transportadora Associada de Gás (TAG) natural gas pipeline in Brazil from state-controlled energy company Petróleo Brasileiro

  • Citgo gas station

    Citgo rallies non-banks to raise US$1.2bn

    Top News | 29 March 2019

    Venezuela-owned oil refiner Citgo mandated broker dealer and non-bank lender Jefferies to arrange a US$1.2bn term loan, after its previous traditional bank lenders declined to participate due to regulatory pressure to comply with political restrictions on doing business with its South American parent.

  • The Neiman Marcus sign outside a store in Golden, Colorado

    Neiman Marcus extends maturities on term loan debt

    Ticker | 26 March 2019

    (LPC) Luxury retailer Neiman Marcus has extended the maturity date on its term loan and bond debt after it reached an agreement with creditors to restructure more than US$2.5bn of the company’s debt.

  • LatAm's top borrowers seize cheap loans

    Loans | 22 March 2019

    Latin America’s most well-known corporate borrowers are increasingly tapping the bank loan market for low-cost funding, finding an international lender base hungry to deploy capital and grow their dollar exposure to the region.

  • A motorist fills up with gasoline at a service station amid rumors of a pending shortage in Port of Spain, Trinidad

    Trinidad Petroleum nets loan as bond looms

    Top News | 15 March 2019

    Trinidad Petroleum Holdings is in advanced debt restructuring talks with banks and has secured new loans of up to US$1.4bn based on oil reserves to ease a looming US$850m bond maturity in August.

  • Neiman Marcus loan climbs amid restructuring talks

    Loans | 15 March 2019

    Neiman Marcus’ existing Term Loan B has steadily risen in secondary trading this month after the company on March 1 proposed a new framework to creditors to restructure a portion of its roughly US$4.7bn in outstanding debt.

  • Citgo gas station

    Citgo aims to break Venezuela ties

    Top News | 01 March 2019

    The bank debt of oil refiner Citgo Petroleum, the US subsidiary of Petroleos de Venezuela (better known as PDVSA), has been volatile in recent days as Venezuela’s political crisis deepens and the market prices in a potential regime change in the South American nation.

  • Banks target low-risk credits

    Loans | 22 February 2019

    International lenders active in Mexico are targeting the country’s less riskier corporates to maintain some exposure in a country adjusting to sweeping new policies from the newly-elected left-wing President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.

  • A diabetes patient has her pulse checked by a diabetes specialist doctor during a medical check-up at a hospital in Beijing, China.

    Distressed debt funds eye healthcare

    Top News | 15 February 2019

    Managers of distressed debt funds in the US are touting investment opportunities in the healthcare services space, as heightened competition and aging infrastructure take a toll on the companies’ ability to service their debt.

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