Pertamina loan storms into general syndication

Indonesian state-owned oil company Pertamina launched the second stage of syndication for its $700m loan on Tuesday after an enthusiastic early response.

  • 06 Jan 2010

Lead arrangers are being asked to lend $30m and above for a 110bp participation fee with an all-in of 312.5bp over Libor. Arrangers can commit $20m-$29m for a 95bp fee producing a 308.75bp all-in and lead managers can lend $10m-$19m for an 80bp fee and 305bp.

The general syndication ...

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