New World picks five for spin-off loan

New World Development has completed its list of mandated lead arrangers and bookrunners to arrange its HK$8bn-HK$9bn ($1.3bn-$1.16bn) three year loan, said a banker on the deal.

  • By Rev Hui
  • 21 Jun 2013

Bank of China and Standard Chartered have joined Deutsche Bank, HSBC and JP Morgan as the leads, said the banker, adding that the details of the loan — including volume and maturity — will be discussed next week. 

All five banks are also working on the company’s IPO, ...

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