Egypt seeks $ 2 billion syndicated loan
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CAIRO (Reuters) – The Egyptian government has launched a 3-year syndicated loan with green and Islamic finance components with the aim of raising $ 2 billion, Emirates NBD bank said in a statement on Thursday.
Emirates NBD Capital Ltd and First Abu Dhabi Bank PJSC are mandated as joint global coordinators, lead arrangers and bookkeepers for the deal, the UAE-based bank said.
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