Cambodia’s CamGSM offers 12.5% margin on $421m loan

The arrangers of the largest international loan on for a Cambodian borrower, a $421m bridge loan backing Royal Group of Cambodia’s acquisition of Cambodian telecoms firm CamGSM, launched the deal into syndication on Monday.

  • 25 Mar 2010
Joint coordinating arrangers and bookrunners Standard Bank and ANZ are offering five ticket sizes. Mandated lead arrangers committing $50m or more will get an upfront fee of 225bp and an all-in of 14.73%, lead arrangers committing between $35m and $49m get an upfront fee of 210bp, an all-in ...

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