CC heads up double Turkish bond mandate worth £1bn
Clifford Chance (CC) has advised on two Turkish bond deals with a combined value of nearly £1bn. The office picked up an issuer-side mandate for TurkEximBank on the sale of $500m (£323m) of notes due in 2016. The firm fielded a London-based team under corporate partner David Dunnigan and US securities partner Chris Walton, with Mete Yegin – a partner at CC’s Turkish associate law firm Yegin Legal Consultancy – leading the team in Turkey.
Clifford Chance (CC) has advised on two Turkish bond deals with a combined value of nearly £1bn.
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