Borrowers hit road, but Asian loans bankers struggle

Commodities company Trafigura will meet bankers in Taipei and Singapore this week to pitch a $900m loan, giving Asian loans bankers a rare bit of activity on what is proving a grindingly slow summer.

  • 24 Jul 2012

Eight banks are managing the deal, and will pitch it to other potential lenders in Singapore and Taipei on Tuesday and Wednesday, giving banks enough time to consider the deal before a commitment deadline at the end of August.

The Dutch company is not the only borrower pitching to ...

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