Yageo mulls refinancing NT$6.5bn loan

Yageo Corp is speaking to banks about refinancing its NT$6.5bn ($217m) loan from 2010 even though it is not expected to end for another two years.

  • By Rashmi Kumar
  • 14 Jun 2013

The Taiwanese company is mainly in discussion with lenders in the existing syndicate to arrange a new NT$6bn-NT$7bn loan, said bankers. The deal will have a tenor of between five and seven years, they added.

Yageo, which makes electronic components, came to the market for a NT$6.5bn ...

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