Greencompass Marine closes $200m loan

Bankers handling the $200m seven year loan for Greencompass Marine, a subsidiary of Taiwanese shipping conglomerate Evergreen Marine Corporation, closed general syndication last week after securing commitments from three other banks.

  • 04 Feb 2013

First Commercial Bank and Mega International Commercial Bank took the deal into syndication, and were later joined by E.Sun Bank and Fubon Bank at the mandated lead arranger level. Industrial Bank of Taiwan, meanwhile, joined as a lead arranger.

The two bookrunners were allocated $60m a piece, the extra ...

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