Asia Pacific Leveraged Finance - news in brief, June 12, 2009

  • 11 Jun 2009

Australia

Heavily indebted rail and port operator Asciano received four final bids to buy all or parts of its business last week.

Interested bidders, including TPG and Carlyle, will find out the winner by June 30, according to reports.

One leveraged finance banker in Australia said TPG was initially ...

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