More come aboard AsiaInfo $330m leveraged buyout

Bank SinoPac, Taiwan Cooperative Bank, United Overseas Bank and at least two US-based lenders are considering joining AsiaInfo Linkage’s $330m leveraged buyout loan. The new participants are evaluating the company’s credit and will process their documents soon, according to a banker.

  • By Rev Hui
  • 05 Jul 2013

They join China Citic Bank International, DBS and Mizuho, which made verbal commitments at the end of June and are now working on their 


The loan is split into a $250m five year tranche and an $80m six month bridge, both priced around 500bp over dollar Libor. ...

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