Air Liquide Far Eastern signs NT$1.8bn loan led by Calyon

  • 06 Aug 2009

Air Liquide Far Eastern signed a NT$1.8bn seven year term loan last week through sole bookrunner Calyon, adding to the heavy dealflow from Taiwanese borrowers.

Chinatrust Commercial Bank and First Commercial Bank joined the deal as mandated lead arrangers, with each of the three lenders taking a NT$600m ...

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