Poll: Excess liquidity offers easy ride to CEEMEA borrowers

Banks have leapt at the chance to lend in the CEEMEA region this quarter, leading to a clutch of oversubscribed deals. But rather than borrowers dazzling lenders with their economics, banks are rushing to deals to find somewhere — anywhere — to put excess liquidity, according to the latest EuroWeek Loans poll.

  • 26 Mar 2013

VTB signed its club loan at $2bn from a $1.5bn launch, EP Holding scaled lenders back after its acquisition facility was oversubscribed and Gold Fields saw its demerger loan oversubscribed by more than 50% — to name just three oversubscribed deals signed this year.

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