San Miguel eyes loan comeback as energy subsidiary seeks cash

San Miguel Corp, the Philippine conglomerate, is plotting a return to the international loan market only months after closing a controversial $1bn loan that required underwriters to increase their commitments after the deal had launched.

  • 02 Dec 2010

The borrower hopes to raise around $500m through its energy unit, according to bankers with knowledge of the deal.

San Miguel Energy has approached ANZ, HSBC and Standard Chartered to underwrite the deal. On Friday Maybank is to meet the borrower, alongside ANZ, and could be invited to sub-underwrite ...

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