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Novex Trading closes €250 million RCF
7 March 2017

Deutsche to re-enter SUEK PXF
7 March 2017

Noble prices its $750m notes due 2022
7 March 2017

TXF Amsterdam 2017: Don't miss out on Early Bird tickets

Noble Energy closes on Leviathan project debt
6 March 2017

Bolero boosts Cargill ore shipment from Australia to China
3 March 2017

Olam rebounds to Q4 net profit of $102m
3 March 2017

Lydian raises ECA-backed loan for Amulsar Gold project
2 March 2017

Vijay Minocha named INTTRA's Asia Pacific chief
2 March 2017

Indian Oil Corp refinancing bridge loan
1 March 2017

TXF Singapore: ASEAN has most growth potential in Asia-Pacific
TXF Singapore: ASEAN has most growth potential in Asia-Pacific
Max Thompson
28 February 2017

The trade and commodity finance community has its say on the biggest issues in the market in our annual audience survey at TXF's Trade, Treasury and Commodity conference in Singapore.

Harvest Operations refinances with Kexim loan and new revolver
27 February 2017

Alkane's Dubbo rare earths project progressing
27 February 2017

Nevada Copper extends loans and gets Pala equity injection
27 February 2017

Noble back in the black
27 February 2017

Leviathan: Cash, gas and a political thrash
Leviathan: Cash, gas and a political thrash
Tom Nelthorpe
24 February 2017

Israel’s Delek Group overcomes political interference to close its largest upstream bank financing to date.

Gunvor set to refinance Ingolstadt borrowing base
24 February 2017

Petrobras $385m sales to Alpek get green light
24 February 2017

Cofco's Nidera deal is officially approved
24 February 2017

Dierk Overheu to step down as Nidera CEO
24 February 2017

Mercuria set to refinance RCF
23 February 2017

Mercuria: Compelling results for blockchain oil-trade test
23 February 2017

Top tips to help you prepare for MiFID II
Top tips to help you prepare for MiFID II
Judith Fagelson
22 February 2017

The implementation date for MiFID II is 3 January 2018 and firms will be expected to be compliant from that day. Transitional arrangements? There aren’t any...

Trafigura and Rosneft's Essar Oil deal to close next month
21 February 2017

TXF returns to Amsterdam for Commodity Finance and Trade & Treasury event!
21 February 2017

Art of the loan: Puma Energy looking for cheaper RCF
Art of the loan: Puma Energy looking for cheaper RCF
Callum Burroughs
20 February 2017

Mid- and downstream oil company Puma Energy is set reduce the pricing on its one-year RCF following a good set of financial results for 2016.

Noble completes $1bn revolving borrowing base facility
20 February 2017

Russia races back to PXFs
Russia races back to PXFs
Callum Burroughs
16 February 2017

Fertiliser producer Acron is among at least four Russian borrowers that are already looking to tap the PXF market in 2017. But with a sub-investment grade, Acron is unlikely to benefit from recent PXF margin tightening.

All in the timing: Metalloinvest to launch $1bn PXF
All in the timing: Metalloinvest to launch $1bn PXF
Callum Burroughs
15 February 2017

Metalloinvest has followed SUEK back into the PXF market and launched a major new borrowing to international lenders. But with Rusal also rumoured to be looking for a new PXF, timing on all three Russian deals will be critical to getting the best pricing.

Trafigura to reopen LNG import terminal in England
15 February 2017

Noble launches new borrowing base ahead of RCF refi
Noble launches new borrowing base ahead of RCF refi
Callum Burroughs
14 February 2017

Beleaguered commodity trader Noble is out to syndication with a new borrowing base facility. The Hong Kong-based company has undertaken asset sales and a rights issue as it looks to regain its investment grade status.

SandRidge Energy announces new $600m credit facility
14 February 2017

Sinochem in talks over stake in Noble Group
14 February 2017

Cocobod to seek smaller loan for 2017/18 purchases
14 February 2017

Acron set for PXF
13 February 2017

Gold developer Lydian arranges credit facility
10 February 2017

 Money melt away: Transmar sparks cocoa debt security concerns
Money melt away: Transmar sparks cocoa debt security concerns
Callum Burroughs
9 February 2017

When agri commodities trader Transmar - a top ten global supplier of cocoa beans - filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy at the end of 2016 there were fears of an impact on lender appetite for the cocoa market. Despite initial concerns, lenders have not been rattled – at least not on pricing.

Commodity trading arm trips up ADM
9 February 2017

Rio Tinto profits boosted by higher iron ore prices
8 February 2017

Cofco Agri to expand branded edible oils portfolio in India
8 February 2017

Joseph Aidoo is new acting CEO of Cocobod
8 February 2017

Alvean poised to launch debut syndicated credit2
7 February 2017

ED&F Man: Deal launch soon but where's the results?
ED&F Man: Deal launch soon but where's the results?
Callum Burroughs
6 February 2017

Privately-owned London-based commodity trader ED&F Man is set to launch its annual RCF on 10 February. According to a number of bankers the deal is expected to be fairly unchanged from last year, although the borrower’s annual results have yet to be made public.

Diamond in the rough: SUEK launches new PXF to banks
Diamond in the rough: SUEK launches new PXF to banks
Sean Keating
3 February 2017

SUEK is back with a new pre-export loan - only its second since 2014 - and bank interest is looking strong. Will SUEK's renewed popularity produce some movement on pricing and a new set of bank relationships?

Cocobod senior managers ordered to go on leave
3 February 2017

Shareholders approve Petrobras sale of Liquigas
3 February 2017

MEG Energy closes comprehensive refinancing plan
3 February 2017

Chrysaor buying spree bodes well for reserves-based lenders
Chrysaor buying spree bodes well for reserves-based lenders
Tom Nelthorpe
3 February 2017

Even with low oil prices, North Sea reserves are still changing hands. But sellers and buyers are having to get creative to get banks comfortable and make deals happen.

MET Group breaks collateral bonds
MET Group breaks collateral bonds
Callum Burroughs
2 February 2017

Fast growing multi-commodity trader MET Group has secured tight pricing on its latest RCF and debuted with an unsecured RCF tranche in a bid to break collateral constraints and fuel its ambitious expansion plans.

Rusal debuts in eurobond market to take out PXF debt
Rusal debuts in eurobond market to take out PXF debt
Callum Burroughs
1 February 2017

Pricing of Rusal's debut eurobond is comparable with the cost of PXF debt given rising Libor rates, the longer tenor and the security package - so says Oleg Mukhamedshin, Rusal deputy CEO