Soho faces competition for lenders’ attention

Soho China is in discussions with bankers about a return to the international loan market, adding to the supply of Chinese property companies in this year’s tepid borrowing market. But some bankers are being forced to weigh up the different deals, knowing their credit committees will not allow them to take all of them at once.

  • 23 Mar 2012
Soho made its debut in the international loan market last year, when it raised $605m from 11 banks. It has started talks with loans bankers in Hong Kong about a return to the market, potentially refinancing the old deal. Zhang Xin, chief executive of Soho China, confirmed these ...

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