Loan volumes up but confidence down amid fears of Basel rules

Loan bankers are a tough crowd to please. European syndicated lending volumes are up 22% compared to the first two months of 2010. But with their confidence in the market starting to wane, bankers increasingly expect an end to lending growth as regulatory pressure increases.

  • 04 Mar 2011

According to data provider Dealogic, transactions in the European syndicated loan market totalled $95.3bn in January and February. The result is a healthy increase over 2010, but still falls short of the $125.6bn reached in the first two months of 2009.

And with the regulatory threat of Basel ...

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