Roadshow success gives Eximbank early commitments in general for $500m deal

Roadshows last week for Indonesia Eximbank’s $500m loan had a good response from potential lenders, with the deal already landing early commitments in general syndication.

  • 24 May 2013

At least three banks have verbally committed $10m each to join as arrangers and are drawing up documents, according to a banker at one of the bookrunners.

Arrangers need to pledge between $10m-$19m to earn 55bp and an all-in of 148.3bp. Mandated lead arrangers will earn 60bp fees ...

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