Thai Oil launches $200m loan with big commitments from MLAs

Thai Oil Public Company has launched a $200m loan into syndication — but is already considering upsizing the deal after its three mandated lead arrangers committed $50m each.

  • 18 Jan 2011

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, Mizuho and SMBC are running Thai Oil’s five year deal, which pays a margin of 107bp over dollar Libor. The borrower will not hold formal roadshows but will approach a number of potential lenders directly.

The company could increase the deal if it gets strong demand ...

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