Banks Add Step-Down to Frac Tech Loan

Sheahan, Matthew
May 2011
High Yield Report;5/9/2011, Vol. 22 Issue 19, p30
The article reports that a step-down feature has been included by Citigroup and Bank of America Merrill Lynch to the 1.7-billion U.S. dollar loan package of Frac Tech.


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