Loans bankers see higher pricing, clubby transactions for next year

There is little hope of a turnaround in the Asian loan market in the first quarter of next year. Loan pricing will keep rising, bankers said this week, adding that lending relations would be re-examined and syndication would be harder to achieve.

  • 15 Dec 2011

But while that will hurt revenues for loans bankers, it could help their counterparts on bond desks.

The pullback from lending by some European banks, stronger bank capital rules, uncertainty over the sovereign debt crisis and a spike in funding costs for some frequent lenders this year has ...

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