Onfem allocates after rising to HK$5.3bn

Onfem Finance has wrapped up syndication and allocation of its HK$5.3bn ($684m) borrowing, after gathering enough commitments at the senior phase to increase the loan from the planned HK$3.5bn.

  • By Rashmi Kumar
  • 25 Oct 2013

Original mandated lead arranger and bookrunner Bank of China kept HK$2bn on its books, and was joined by three others with the same title. Bank of Communications (Hong Kong), Hang Seng Bank and Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Macau) took HK$500m each, according to a banker.


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