Hong Kong property firms get constructive on loans

Hong Kong property companies have come to the fore in the loan market this week, with three groups launching big Hong Kong dollar deals and a fourth talking to banks.

  • 10 May 2013

Great Eagle Holdings is tapping lenders for a HK$6.8bn ($876m) three year loan, and is offering lenders an all-in of 160bp. Citi, Deutsche Bank and HSBC are leading the deal, which will help the company finance the spin-off of its luxury hotel division, Langhams.

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