Tanzanian trader taps StanChart for $120m debut

Export Trading Group, a Tanzanian trader in agricultural products, has signed a $120m one year structured loan, which some bankers think could encourage more debut deals from African borrowers.

  • 18 May 2010

Standard Chartered arranged the facility, which was signed late last week. The borrower will use it to fund trading of soft commodities — such as maize, soya, groundnuts and sorghum — in Africa, India and China.

International Finance Corp and OPEC Fund for International Development joined the loan as participants.

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