Jabal Omar inks $1.3b loan deal for Makkah project.
The loan runs for 12 years, with a four-year grace period on repayments, the developer said in a filing to the Saudi stock exchange on Monday.
The cash will refinance a SR1.35bn bridge loan, the statement added, and be used to fund the company's commercial development project in Makkah.
A source with knowledge of the matter said the bridge loan was due to expire on July 2.
The new loan will be provided by a group of seven banks, the source said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
Al Rajhi Bank, Bank Al Jazira, National Commercial Bank, SABB and Saudi Hollandi Bank - which provided the original bridge loan - have signed up to the deal, the source said.
Alinma Bank and Bank Al Bilad have also agreed to fund the deal, the source added.
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|Date:||Jun 19, 2012|
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