Malaysia’s Maxis set for warm response to year’s biggest loan

Maxis, the Malaysian mobile phone company, revealed plans for the country’s biggest syndicated loan of the year this week as it approached lenders with a M$5bn ($1.45bn) deal.

  • 29 Oct 2009

Maxis, in the market with an initial public offering, has spoken to banks about raising a M$5bn long-term self-arranged loan that will be used to reorganise its existing loans and tidy up its balance sheet.

"The loan will probably be split between dollars and ringgits because it is unlikely ...

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