Boost for underwritten loans as Millenia marks a success

Singapore property company Millenia Tower Investments will close a S$325m ($234m) three year loan this week after a successful syndication, adding to confidence in the return of underwritten deals.

  • 09 Dec 2009

Lead banks BNP Paribas, Maybank, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp and OCBC underwrote the facility in varying amounts and have received $100m from around five banks during syndication.

This is the latest underwritten deal to surface in the Asian loan market, and its success is likely to pave the ...

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