Lack of borrowers vexes stronger loan mart

Lenders are increasingly concerned about the lack of a substantial deal pipeline for the second half of the year, and are blaming a dearth of borrowers. Against this backdrop, loan pricing appears to be dropping again and longer tenors are making a comeback. Read on for more analysis and reaction from loans bankers. Concern about the lack of a meaty deal flow in the second half of the year began to permeate the loan market this week, as bankers cautiously welcomed the first signs of a downwards trend in pricing and a shift in structures which could encourage more borrowers to return.

  • 17 Aug 2009
Concern about the lack of a meaty deal flow in the second half of the year began to permeate the loan market this week, as bankers cautiously welcomed the first signs of a downwards trend in pricing and a shift in structures which could encourage more borrowers to ...

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