OUE Reit eyes S$680m loan for listing

Overseas Universal Enterprise Commercial real estate investment trust is seeking a loan of S$680m ($538m) from a group of four banks to help fund its initial public offering.

  • By Rashmi Kumar
  • 13 Jan 2014

Australia and New Zealand Bank, CIMB Bank, Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp and Standard Chartered are the bookrunners and mandated lead arrangers of the financing.

The deal will be split between a S$580m two year term loan and a S$100m three year revolver. A date for launch into syndication ...

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