Four banks commit to Jindal, more on the way

Four banks have committed a total of $70m to Jindal Steel and Power’s $400m five year loan, with more banks also considering the terms.

  • By Rev Hui
  • 05 Jul 2013
ICICI has joined with a $30m commitment and Bank of East Asia with $20m, while Aozora Bank and Bank of Taiwan have chipped in $15m and $5m, respectively, according to a banker. Three or four more lenders are also looking to join, and are likely to commit an ...

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