Kingboard woos 11 banks, plenty more lined up

Bankers working on Kingboard Chemical Holdings’ HK$4bn ($515.6m) loan have already received commitments from 11 banks. But they are not planning to stop there — and are now waiting for 20 more lenders to join the deal.

  • 25 Feb 2013

Bookrunners DBS and Standard Chartered are giving banks until the end of this week to make their commitments, an extension from the original deadline of February 22, said a banker close to the deal.

The leads pitched the loan at 215bp over Hibor and have received pledges of ...

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