Lev loans on radar, but India to miss out

Bankers in Asia are expecting a pickup in loan activity, believing that corporates will realise that now is the time to tap the market for leveraged loans. While hopes are high for deals from more active markets such as Australia and China, bankers say India is worrisome owing to some recent regulatory changes.

  • By Rashmi Kumar
  • 27 Aug 2013
Following some jumbo deals that hit the market earlier this year — from the likes of Alibaba Group’s $8bn financing to Thailand’s CP All’s $6bn acquisition loan — the last month has been ...

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