Mitsubishi lines up foreign banks for $1bn relationship loan

Mitsubishi Corp, the Japanese conglomerate, is looking to test the appetite of its core foreign lenders with a finely-priced $1bn 364 day back-stop facility through sole bookrunner Citi.

  • 23 Mar 2009

The margin on offer is 12bp over Libor if the loan is undrawn and 45bp if drawn — much lower than the margins on recent loans for Asian companies with similar ratings, and well inside banks’ own cost of funds.

Lenders, however, show few signs of being put ...

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