Duferco ups dollar loan after hitting Asia target

Duferco Group, an emerging markets-focused steel company, has increased and signed a dollar loan, raising $110m from Asian lenders after commitments from 10 different banks.

  • 26 Oct 2012

DBS Bank, ING Bank and Standard Chartered managed the 364-day facility, which was originally pegged as an $80m deal. But both HSBC and United Overseas Bank joined the loan as lead arrangers before it was launched.

Those two banks ended up being allocated $10m, the same amount that Oversea-Chinese ...

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