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Loan: Alfa-Bank (Belarus), 1, 12.2015

Loan information

  • Country
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  • Status
    Redeemed
  • Type
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  • View
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  • Volume
    7,500,000 USD
  • Signing
    December 2015
  • Redemption
    June 2016
  • Purpose of the loan
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  • Loan specifics
    Interim loan, Islamic loan, With the participation of an international organization, Subordinated loan, Club credit, Multicurrency loan, Amortized loan, Deal with ECA, ESG
  • senior loan
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  • Settlement rate, %
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  • Loan extension
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  • Increase in loan amount
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  • Data for additional tranche
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  • Purpose of the loan (more)
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  • Changing the terms of the loan
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  • Security and guarantees
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  • Additional Information
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Participants

  • Leading bookrunners
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  • Other members of the syndicate
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  • Shares and remuneration
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  • Investment banks and other agents
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Profile
CJSC Alfa-Bank (Belarus) was established in 1999 (until November 2008 - CJSC Bank for International Trade and Investments (CJSC Mezhtorgbank). In July 2008, the Alfa-Group consortium completed the acquisition of more than 88% of this bank, as a result of which the bank became a part of the banking group "Alfa-Bank." Alfa-Bank offers its services through the head office in Minsk and 17 branches in all regions of the country. In the corporate sector, the bank's key clients are the largest enterprises of Belarus in the field of oil refining, wholesale trade in petroleum products, metallurgy, building materials industry In the retail segment, the bank provides a wide range of services using Mastercard / Maestro plastic cards, provides car loans and consumer lending, attracts deposits from the population, provides services to citizens in the field of money transfers. The bank is one of the leaders in Belarusian the market for transactions with securities, carrying out transactions with all instruments on the securities market: government bonds, short-term bonds of the National Bank, corporate bonds, shares, derivatives. In the rating of the country's banks, Alfa-Bank ranks first in terms of the volume of transactions with shares and the third in terms of transactions in derivatives. The bank has a successful implementation experience and offers a full range of services for arranging bond borrowings for clients.
  • Borrower
  • Sector
    corporate
  • Full borrower name
    CLOSED JOINT-STOCK COMPANY "ALFA-BANK"
  • Industry
    Banks

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