Hana Bank slashes loan cost as StanChart launches $100m deal

Hana Bank is in the market with a $100m loan that offers a much lower margin than a similar facility it issued last year, it emerged on Tuesday.

  • 27 Apr 2010

The 366 day loan has a margin of 50bp over Libor — much lower than the 200bp over Euribor it paid on a Eu140m ($187m) one-year deal last July, demonstrating improved sentiment towards Korean banks.

Mandated lead arranger and sole bookrunner Standard Chartered launched syndication of the transferable ...

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