Malaysia’s EPF opts for £320m five year club

Malaysia's Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is in the market for a £320m ($497.7m) five year loan, which will be closed as a club rather than it is syndicated.

  • By Rashmi Kumar
  • 13 Jun 2013

Citi is co-ordinating the transaction and has invited only three or four banks to join, according to a banker. This is because Citi is holding a large chunk of the deal on its books, and is looking to sell down only a small portion. 

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