December 17, 2019 |
Mexico's Fibra Uno has received a syndicated loan for $500 million to pay off outstanding debt, according to a source involved in the transaction.
BBVA and HSBC were the global coordinators and active bookrunners on the seven-year credit, while Scotiabank was the senior mandated lead arranger, Sabadell was the mandated lead arranger and structuring agent and Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) was the lead arranger, the source said. BBVA was also the administrative agent, he added.
Mexican REIT receives $500 mln from five lenders to pay off outstanding debt