Sino-Ocean reveals ticket levels for $225m loan

More details on property developer Sino-Ocean Land’s term loan of between $155m and $225m have emerged, ahead of the commitment deadline of November 1.

  • By Rashmi Kumar
  • 22 Oct 2013

Sole bookrunner Mega International Commercial Bank, which launched the deal into syndication in early October, is giving lenders three participation tickets. Mandated lead arrangers committing $30m or more get fees of 80bp, lead arrangers giving $20m-$29m earn 65bp in fees and arrangers pledging $10m-$19m receive 55bp fees.


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