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Following the re-financing, the organisation has begun to acquire additional properties to broaden its geographic coverage into the Midlands and Yorkshire.
The Islamic re-financing facility from Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB) will assist Union Properties (UP) to effectively manage its balance sheet and to enhance focus on its core business / expansion plans as the developer looks to capitalise on the opportunities currently available in the real estate market.
This latest role saw her advising a wide ranging portfolio of businesses, which had fallen outside the bank's normal lending criteria, on options such as accelerated sales, re-financing, restructuring and exits.
Ian Wilson, head of Grant Thornton's corporate finance team in the Midlands, said: "We are on the brink of a fast-approaching peak in demand for re-financing as current loans reach maturity in 2012.
Summary: Caretaker Finance Minister Raya al-Hasan warned Thursday that a high deposit dollarization rate posed a grave risk to the government's re-financing needs.
Summary: Riyadh, Jumada Al-Awwal 08, 1432, April 12, 2011, SPA -- Saudi Mobile Telecommunications Company "Zain" has concluded a loan re-financing agreement amounting to SR 2.25 billion with a banking consortium including Arab National Bank, Banque Saudi Fransi, Commercial Gulf Bank, and International...
The company said that it is currently engaged with several of its financial stakeholders in the re-financing of certain financial arrangements.
The owner can help with vehicle re-financing if necessary.
Semiconductor solutions provider Conexant Systems Inc (Nasdaq:CNXT) announced on Wednesday a comprehensive re-financing plan designed to improve its balance sheet and address its liquidity needs.
The group's interim management statement revealed it has no re-financing requirements before November 2011 and added: "With our solid financial base, the diversified scope of our activities and a growing hopper (land bank), our confidence in the longer term remains undiminished."
Keane, 54, of Glasgow, denied a single charge, alleging that between October 1999 and April 2001 he got overdrafts, a bank guarantee, loans and re-financing from the Royal Bank of Scotland.
The re-financing of the business has also put paid to plans by chief executive Steve Smith to take early retirement, and he will now stay put for another two years after stating that he would stand down at the end of this month.