EPF, QS Maps and Sino-Ocean close loans

Three borrowers, Malaysia’s Employees Provident Fund, QS Maps Holdings and Sino-Ocean Land, have wrapped up their respective financings and finalised allocations.

  • By Rashmi Kumar
  • 20 Aug 2013

EPF’s £320m ($497.7m) five year loan received demand from a group of four banks, including bookrunner Citi. The lead kept £160m on its books, and gathered the rest during a limited syndication, according to a banker.

DBS received £80m, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp was given £50m and ...

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