Asian borrowers in no rush to refi

Asian companies will confront some heavy loan refinancings over the next six months, but bankers think they are unlikely to rush to the markets before the end of this year. A frenetic pace during the first half of the year has ensured that most companies are comfortably liquid, said bankers.

  • 25 Oct 2011
Borrowers in the region face a spike in maturities at the end of this year, when some $9.74bn of G3 currency loans fall due, according to Dealogic. But much of this has already been refinanced, and bankers think the relatively low loan maturities early next year will ensure ...

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