TKB arranged syndicated loan facility for Belarusbank in the amount of EUR 60 mln

  • 31.07.2020
    Bank news
    TKB arranged syndicated loan facility for Belarusbank in the amount of EUR 60 mln

    TKB participated as Mandated Lead Arranger and Book-Runner in the syndicated loan facility for Belarusbank for the amount of EUR 60 mln. The loan consists of tranches with tenors up to 1.5 years and is granted for general corporate purposes and financing of the trade contracts of the Belarusbank’s customers.

    Alfa-Bank, Sovcombank and BCS Prime Brokerage Limited along with TKB also participated as Mandated Lead Arranger. Among participants of deal there were also 5 Lead Arrangers – financial institutions from Russia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan namely Banca Intesa (Russian subsidiary bank of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group, Italy), Rosbank (Societe Generale Group, France), Altyn Bank (Kazakh subsidiary of CITIC Bank Corp., China), Halyk Savings Bank (Kazakhstan) and International Bank of Azerbaijan.

    “It has been the 15th syndicated loan that TKB arranged for Belorussian banks. In recent years more than EUR 1 bln have been invested in the economy of Belarus thanks to these deals. Arrangers closed Order book for Belarusbank within very short time and dynamic market conditions. Perfect credit record of Belarusbank allowed for the first time in the history inviting new investors – Rosbank (Societe Generale Group, France) and Halyk Savings Bank (Kazakhstan)”, – Elena Shirinskaya, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board stressed.

    Information about TKB Group:
    TKB Group includes TransKapitalBank and Investtradebank. TKB Group is in TOP-30px; Russian banks by assets. TKB Group has wide coverage of around 100 points of sales across 31 regions of Russia. TKB has 4 main business focuses: corporate and SME lending (TOP15 in Russia), mortgages (TOP-15 Russian banks), factoring. Being a key partner of the EAEU/CIS/SCO integration processes, TKB implements program of comprehensive banking services for financial institutions “Bank for Banks” and offers counterparties a wide range of operations: transaction/settlement business, treasury operations, trade finance and arrangement of syndicated loan facilities for banks of the CIS countries.

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