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Thursday, 14 December 2017

Sandrine Bradley' s stories

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  • Qatar National Bank headquarters

    International banks support QNB's US$3bn refi loan

    Ticker | 12 December 2017

    International banks are supporting the refinancing of a US$3bn loan for Qatar National Bank with nine Asian, US and European banks underwriting the deal, bankers said.

  • Otas debt talks delayed by political volatility

    Loans | 01 December 2017

    The restructuring of one of Turkey’s largest corporate loans is being delayed by political volatility in Turkey and the Middle East as Turkish banks seek to limit potential losses.

  • Agrokor accepts US$6.35bn of debt claims

    Loans | 10 November 2017

    Creditors to Croatia’s largest private company Agrokor are one step closer to potentially taking over the troubled retailer following its formal recognition of K41.2bn (US$6.35bn) of debt claims against it, according to sources close to the situation.

  • Carillion creditors appoint advisers

    Loans | 03 November 2017

    Creditors to troubled British support services and construction group Carillion have appointed restructuring advisers ahead of a potential restructuring of the group’s debt.

  • Sovereigns eye loans in fundraising drive

    Loans | 27 October 2017

    Gulf states are ramping up plans to raise syndicated loans for state-owned firms in a fundraising drive designed to offset the effects of low oil prices that also includes privatisations, financial restructurings and IPOs of state assets.

  • Qatari loans test lenders' loyalties

    Loans | 06 October 2017

    A US$570m syndicated loan refinancing for Turkey-based QNB Finansbank is highlighting the growing difficulties facing international banks as they struggle to maintain impartiality in Qatar’s dispute with its neighbours.

  • Banks assess loan exposure as Qatar crisis deepens

    Loans | 29 September 2017

    Qatari banks and financial institutions in neighbouring countries that have severed diplomatic and transport ties are assessing their exposure to each other and seeking to sell loans in the secondary market as the crisis threatens to deepen.

  • African loan market expected to bloom

    Loans | 22 September 2017

    Delegates at the annual Loan Market Association conference that took place in London last week were bullish about the prospects for the African syndicated loan market, despite a significant downturn in deal flow across emerging markets this year.

  • CEEMEA pricing tumbles

    Loans | 25 August 2017

    Loan pricing is falling across the Central Europe Middle East and Africa (CEEMEA) region as demand for loans remains weak and underlent, and asset-hungry banks battling for business offer lower pricing to win scarce mandates.

  • New Russia sanctions disrupt major Intesa loan syndication

    Loans | 25 August 2017

    Italian bank Intesa Sanpaolo has encountered problems syndicating a loan to Glencore and Qatar’s wealth fund to finance their purchase of a stake in the Kremlin-controlled oil major Rosneft because of new US sanctions against Russia.

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