Citigroup angers MLAs by cutting KKB take as banks shun emerging risk

Banks are reining back their appetite for emerging market syndicated loans, a market that until a fortnight ago seemed to have ridden out this summer's credit turbulence unscathed.

  • 31 Aug 2007

Credit committees are warning loan teams to reject all but the best deals and be especially wary of low-paying borrowers.

This new risk aversion gave Kazkommertsbank, the biggest bank in Kazakhstan, a bad-tempered and disorderly end to the syndication of its $600m 370 day loan this week.

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