Maybank hits market with rare loan

Maybank, the Malaysian financial institution, has launched a $500m five year loan into syndication — the first time the bank has tapped the loan market since March 2006. The deal offers lenders rare exposure to a high quality Malaysian credit, and comes at an attractive price.

  • 05 Jan 2011

ANZ, HSBC, Mizuho and Standard Chartered are running Maybank’s deal, which offers participants a margin of 90bp over Libor. The bank’s 2006 deal, in comparison, offered lenders just 18bp over Libor.

Banks can participate in the latest loan on three levels. Mandated lead arrangers can commit $50m for fees ...

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