Sri Lankan bank marketing debut loan

Sri Lanka's National Savings Bank has launched its debut in the syndicated loan market, with a $50m one year facility arranged by Citigroup and State Bank of India. It is only the second loan to be sold by a Sri Lankan financial institution since the start of the year.

  • 03 Sep 2008
The debt carries a margin of 140bp over Libor, and mandated lead arrangers have been invited to take a ticket of $10m or more for a fee of 120bp, giving an all-in of 260bp. Arrangers can lend $5m to $9m for a 110bp fee and an all-in of ...

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