San Miguel guzzles up demand, still wants more

San Miguel Corp’s $1.3bn five year loan has already been more than twice covered after a round of senior commitments. But the leads are not planning to stop now, and will soon be launching the deal into general syndication — as well as pushing for an increase, writes Rashmi Kumar.

  • 03 Apr 2013
Australia and New Zealand Bank and Standard Chartered are the mandated lead arrangers and bookrunners, and have been joined by seven other lenders that have committed the $300m necessary to win the MLAB title, as well as pulling in an $80m commitment from Rabobank, said bankers working on ...

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