E.Land opens tap for $100m two year deal

E.Land Fashion China has opened up a $100m two year term loan to the market to raise funds for general working capital and to refinance some of its debt. Standard Chartered is the sole bookrunner.

  • By Rashmi Kumar
  • 13 Jun 2013

The deal has a margin of 250bp over dollar Libor. Mandated lead arrangers committing $30m and above get 240bp fees and an all-in of 370bp. Lead arrangers committing $20m-$29m earn 200bp, with an all-in of 350bp, while arrangers committing $10m-$19m earn 170bp, and an all-in of 335bp. 

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