Special Report on
Syndicated Loan Facilities
Syndicated Loan Facilities - Trends
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Loan extended by a group of banks to a corporate borrower. The loans-usually made at interest rates tied to a variable rate index such as the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) or rates on Bank Certificates of Deposit-are often sold to investors in the secondary loan market. In recent years, institutional investors such as mutual funds became major buyers of syndicated loans. Syndicated loans to major corporate borrowers are rated by credit rating firms such as Standard & Poor's, using a rating system similar to that used for corporate bonds. With the creation of a secondary market linking loan-originating banks with ...
The upcoming bond will be Mumtalakat's first foray into the international capital markets and the proceeds of the bond will assist Mumtalakat to consolidate and enhance its debt and financing strategy, which previously employed shorter-term bank lines and regionally syndicated loan facilities. The ratings on Mumtalakat, which is fully owned and controlled by the Kingdom of Bahrain (A/Stable/A-1), reflect our assessment of Mumtalakat under our criteria for government-related entities. Although the government does not formally guarantee Mumtalakat's financial liabilities, we ... Read More
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