Cross border M&A and bond markets keep loans rolling

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By Shruti Chaturvedi
30 Sep 2014

Slowing growth in China and limited scope for expansion in southeast Asia means the region’s companies are increasingly eyeing acquisitions overseas. This potential for cross border M&A from Asia throws open plenty of opportunities for loan financings, writes Shruti Chaturvedi.

The year has seen some notable overseas acquisitions by Asian companies — China state owned Bright Food is on the verge of finalising its acquisition of Israeli dairy company Tnuva, and Thailand’s Berli Jucker acquired Metro Cash & Carry Vietnam. These are being funded in part ...

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