Local currency loans - All articles

  • Guotai Junan rises to HK$3.3bn

    Guotai Junan Securities had a stellar reception to its loan in general syndication, with an oversubscription allowing the company to more than double its deal to HK$3.3bn ($425m) from the original HK$1.5bn.

    • 30 Jan 2014
  • Plenty of interest, but SGD loan prospects dim

    Singapore dollar loans are back in the limelight, with a debut from Geo Energy Resources joining a club from SingTel and a syndication from Savu Investments in the market. Geo Energy’s deal is small, at just S$75m ($58.7m), but it has attracted attention as the company is seeking local currency despite having most of its operations in Indonesia, writes Rashmi Kumar. However, bankers do not think that is the start of a trend.

    • 30 Jan 2014
  • China Resources powers up HK$6.4bn in general

    China Resources Power Holdings launched its HK$6.4bn ($824m) five year loan into general syndication on January 29 via an eight member bookrunning group. But some bankers have already turned away from the transaction due to excess exposure to the parent company.

    • 30 Jan 2014
  • Geo Energy, Savu drill for Singapore dollars

    Singapore-based Geo Energy Resources and Savu Investments have launched their respective Singapore dollar loans into syndication. While the former is making its debut in the loan market, the latter is returning after a six year absence.

    • 30 Jan 2014
  • Kingboard allocates HK$3bn, signing this week

    Allocations have been revealed for Kingboard Laminates Holdings’ HK$3bn ($387m) loan, expected to sign this week.

    • 27 Jan 2014