DnB and Nordea served as lenders for Bilia, which refinanced its current revolving loan and credit facility of SEK 1.5 billion ($144.6 million) with regular maturity during Q3/2020.
Norsk Hydro signed a $1.6 billion revolving multi-currency credit facility with the margin linked to Hydro’s greenhouse gas emission target.
Reuters reported Norwegian satellite navigation group Marlink has withdrawn its €622 million ($725 million) dividend recapitalization loan.
Crude oil tanker company DHT Holdings closed a $485 million secured credit facility agreement with a six-year tenor for the refinancing of its credit facility. ABN Amro increased the company’s revolver from $43.4 million to $57 million.
Offshore oil rig driller Seadrill entered into a restructuring agreement with more than 97% of its secured bank lenders, approximately 40% of its bondholders and a consortium of investors led by its largest shareholder, Hemen Holding.
Seafood company Marine Harvest closed a €1.206 billion ($1.3 billion) senior secured five-year multicurrency revolving credit facility with DNB, Nordea, ABN Amro, Rabobank, Danske Bank and SEB.
Millicom International Cellular entered into a five-year $600 million revolving credit facility with a group of international and regional banks.
Hapaq-Lloyd and a banking syndicate, led by Credit Agricole, DNB, HSBC and UniCredit, signed a $372 million facility agreement to finance five new vessels.
Norsk Hydro signed a $1.7 billion syndicated revolving multicurrency credit facility with a syndicate of 13 international banks, including BNP Paribas, Citibank and others.