E.Land completes $100m loan

E.Land Fashion China closed a $100m two year term loan on July 19 which will be used for general working capital and to refinance some of its debt.

  • By Frances J. Yoon
  • 22 Jul 2013

Standard Chartered, which acted as mandated lead arranger and sole bookrunner, committed $10m while mandated lead arrangers First Gulf Bank and Natixis took $22.5m each, according to a banker on the deal.

Four banks joined as arrangers and committed $10m. These lenders include China Everbright Bank Hong Kong branch, China Citic Bank International, Emirates ...

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