- January 10, 2002
Fitch, the international rating agency, has today changed the Outlook for Russia's Alfa Bank's (Alfa's) Long-term rating of 'B-' (B minus) to Positive from Stable. Alfa's other ratings have been affirmed at Short-term 'B', Individual 'D' and Support '5T'. Following a number of years of...
- December 10, 2001
Chairman of the Board Mikhail Fridman told a Moscow news conference that the Bank planned to launch a new Eurobond in 2002 following its success in closing a new US$20 million unsecured syndicated loan in London last week. "This loan was at very competitive rates," Fridman said. "It tells a...
- December 07, 2001
The Facility Nine banks from eight different countries underwrote the short-term facility, which was priced at 375 points over LIBOR and arranged by Standard Bank London Limited. "Alfa Bank is once again taking the lead in the international capital markets," says CEO Alex Knaster....