THE OUTLOOK FOR EUROPEAN LENDING
BY DAVID COX ASSOCIATE EDITOR, LOANS, IFR
Little over a year ago jumbo loans of more than ¤20bn were almost commonplace, now, with liquidity at a premium few believe even the best borrower can raise this amount.
This timely new report addresses the key challenges facing the market in 2009 specifically around acquisition financing, refinancing and the likely trajectory of pricing through the remainder of the year.
Just some of the key issues raised and resolved in this report include:
• What difficulties do borrowers face in raising new money and what are the refinancing strategies of the corporates?
• Which banks will emerge the winners from the likely shake-up in the lending community?
• How will the huge refinancing needs of the Middle East be met?
• What issues are facing the corporate and fixed income borrowers in Russian and the CIS?
Anyone with a stake in the European lending market should read this report.
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