Follow International $400m loan beckons

Follow International has launched a $400m five year financing into syndication through bookrunners Fubon Bank and Standard Chartered, with two others also looking to join at the top level.

  • By Rashmi Kumar
  • 26 Aug 2013

Cathay United Bank and Mega International Commercial Bank have agreed to come in as bookrunners, but are awaiting final credit approvals, according to a banker close to the transaction.

The Chinese company’s loan was guaranteed by property developer Sino Horizon Holdings before going into general, added the ...

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