Bankers pitch Malaysia corps for dollar loan syndications

Bankers keen to pick up a slice of Malaysian risk could get their wish this month as several Malaysian companies look to launch dollar loans. Lenders have been starved of Malaysian credits this year — and bankers are optimistic that these deals will do well as a result.

  • 04 Aug 2011
Bankers are pitching several Malaysian companies on the benefits of the offshore loan market, and are well aware that any syndicated deals would offer banks a welcome opportunity to diversify their southeast Asian loan portfolios. Just five Malaysian companies have signed dollar loans in 2011, and none has ...

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