Dec. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Landsvirkjun, Iceland’s state-owned electrical utility, has obtained a 10.5 billion kronur ($86 million) credit line.
The three-year revolving facility, which can be extended to as long as five years, is in addition to another $200 million credit obtained on Dec. 27 and will give the company access to liquidity “if other conventional funding sources shut down temporarily”, according to a company statement distributed today by Globe Newswire
Arion Banki HF, Islandsbanki HF and Landsbanki Islands HF led and arranged the deal.
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