Standard Banks looks good for $150m

South Africa’s Standard Bank, the country’s largest by assets, has received a strong response to its $150m loan and expects to close the deal oversubscribed later this week.

  • 06 Oct 2009
The one year new money facility, which is being co-ordinated by Commerzbank, should be signed in the next two weeks. “It’s looking good and, judging by how the book looks, we think they’ll be a nice oversubscription,” said one banker close to the borrower. “There won’t be any ...

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