Falling loan volumes keeps pricing down for now

The number of syndicated loan transactions in EMEA over the first eight weeks of 2012 was down over 50% year on year, as activity in the market remained sluggish.

  • 24 Feb 2012

With many borrowers having refinanced their forthcoming maturities over the last 18 months, and others not yet feeling under pressure to tap the market, the market in 2012 has not exactly set loans bankers’ hearts racing.

"It’s not surprising that volumes are down as we predicted that there would ...

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