Chinese Estates trims loan size to HK$3.45bn

Property developer Chinese Estates has signed its HK$3.45bn three year club loan with seven banks, after reducing the final deal size by HK$150m.

  • By Rashmi Kumar
  • 27 Sep 2013

Bank of China took HK$920m on its books, Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp kept HK$600m, while Bank of East Asia and DBS were given HK$500m apiece.

Standard Chartered was allocated HK$380m, BNP Paribas was given HK$350m, and Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank took the smallest HK$200m portion, according to ...

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