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Siem Offshore to extend large loan


Siem Offshore will extend the repayment period on two Norwegian bond loans. The offshore carrier, controlled by Kristian Siem, will also issue shares for a total NOK 190 million. The issue is fully secured by majority shareholder Siem Europe.

Published 29.03.17 at 15:37

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