Jih Sun taps market for NT$2bn revolver

Bank of Taiwan has opened Jih Sun International Leasing and Finance’s NT$2bn ($67.1m) loan for syndication, and is expecting strong demand from domestic lenders.

  • 26 Apr 2013

The sole bookrunner is understood to be pitching the three year revolver to lenders with a margin of 100bp over the Taiwanese secondary CP rate, but bankers at the lead were unwilling to comment on the pricing.

Bank of Taiwan is expecting strong demand from domestic lenders, which ...

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