Loan market gathers pace as OUE launches S$500m deal

Singapore real estate developer Overseas Union Enterprise (OUE) launched a S$500m ($359m) loan into syndication last Friday (January 8), becoming the second borrower to tap the Asian loan market in the first week of 2010.

  • 14 Jan 2010

The three year deal is run by China Construction Bank and HSBC and carries a margin of 360bp over Sibor.

Mandated lead arrangers can lend S$75m for an all-in of 390bp; lead managers on a $40m-$74m ticket will receive 383bp; senior managers on a S$20m-S$39m ticket will earn ...

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