Shuanghui waits for two more to add to $1bn

General syndication of Shuanghui’s $4bn acquisition loan is expected to close once the leads gain two more imminent commitments. One is for roughly $200m and is from a Chinese lender, while the second is from a European bank.

  • By Mark Baker
  • 29 Nov 2013
Those commitments will come on top of some $1bn that has already been pledged in general. “It’s been a blow-out,” said one senior banker at one lender. The response has been all the more notable for having defied criticism of the company’s high leverage and the deal’s structure ...

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