Tian Lun Gas wraps up HK$1.25bn borrowing with nine

Hong Kong-listed China Tian Lun Gas Holdings has signed its HK$1.25bn ($160m) five year borrowing with a group of nine lenders, said bankers close to the deal.

  • By Shruti Chaturvedi
  • 01 Dec 2017


Bank of Taiwan and Chang Hwa Commercial Bank were the mandated lead arrangers and bookrunners. They launched the deal into general syndication in early October. The two retained HK$240m each at the end of the process, the bankers said.

They brought in Taiwan Cooperative Bank as an MLA, ...

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