Aussie corporate governance offsets China risk for Amvig

Amvig, the paper packaging manufacturer, has increased a three year loan to HK$900m ($116m), after securing commitments from 19 banks attracted by the company’s exposure to China and high corporate governance standards.

  • 09 Dec 2010

Amcor, an Australian-listed company subject to Australian corporate governance, is a leading shareholder of Amvig, which has operations in China where it holds a 12% share of the tobacco packaging market. Bankers said this boosted lender comfort with the company’s credit — particularly among Taiwanese banks.

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