Kexim, KEB join throng of Korean lenders in loan mart

  • 07 May 2009

Kexim and Korea Exchange Bank clinched two club loans this week, adding to the list of Korean financial institutions turning to the loan market to meet their foreign currency requirements.

Kexim signed its $240m two and three year facility last week through bookrunners Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ and Standard ...

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