Bankers eye more loans for Indian lenders

14 Aug 2011

Several Indian banks are mulling a trip to the loan market despite a record number of deals from their compatriots this year. Borrowers think there is still enough liquidity available, and are now sounding out banks about possible deals.

More than 10 Indian financial institutions have launched deals this year, straining liquidity and banks’ ability to hold these deals to breaking point. But borrowers have adapted to lenders’ reduced capacity, appointing large bank groups to effectively club the target amount — and then increasing their loan if ...

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