Universal S$1.15bn loan flows to the market

Universal Terminal has grabbed the attention of loans bankers with its plan to raise S$1.15bn ($923.6m), with a few lenders already keen to get in on the action.

  • By Rashmi Kumar
  • 01 Nov 2013

The Singapore-based petroleum storage terminal launched the deal into syndication in mid-October via DBS, Maybank and Standard Chartered, according to a banker who is looking to join. The three bookrunners and mandated lead arrangers have fully underwritten the loan.

Universal’s five year loan is split into two ...

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