No price rises for Mid East loans as borrowers leverage ancillary

Rock bottom loan margins in the Middle East are here to stay, said market participants, as corporates in the region increasingly see a competitively priced loan product as a bank's route into lucrative ancillary deals.

  • 18 May 2012
"We have to be fair to our lenders but we always want to get a good deal,"said Richard Palmer, adviser in structured finance and capital markets at Abu Dhabi's investment firm Mubadala, during a panel at a Euromoney Seminars conference in Dubai this week. "We do see loans ...

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