Loans bankers give a familiar shrug to global market chaos

Asian loans bankers remained upbeat this week as investors fled stock markets and new bond issues stalled. Lenders think it will be some time before liquidity and pricing in the loan market will be hit — and they are still launching new deals.

  • 11 Aug 2011
Indian Railway Finance Corp launched a $200m five year loan on Monday and compatriot IDBI Bank quickly followed on the same day with its own $250m facility. Bankers smell an opportunity to capitalise on the slump in bonds and equities, and hope cash-hungry companies in Asia will see ...

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