Local currency loans

  • Amvig lights up new loan

    Amvig lights up new loan

    Cigarette packaging producer Amvig Holdings has made a rapid comeback to the loan market for a HK$1.35bn ($174m) borrowing.

  • CapitaLand tests out new Singapore loan benchmark

    CapitaLand tests out new Singapore loan benchmark

    Singapore’s CapitaLand has become the first company to raise a loan benchmarked against the Singapore overnight average rate (Sora), as the market prepares for a transition away from Libor and the country’s equivalent, the Singapore dollar swap offer rate (Sor).

  • SJM seeks covenant waivers for HK$25bn loan

    SJM seeks covenant waivers for HK$25bn loan

    Macau casino operator SJM Holdings is in talks with lenders for covenant waivers on a HK$25bn ($3.2bn) facility, as it faces delays over opening a new resort in Asia’s gambling hub.

  • CapitaLand raises S$400m from green loans

    CapitaLand raises S$400m from green loans

    Singapore’s CapitaLand, a real estate giant, has raised a total of S$400m ($283m) from two bilateral green loans, giving a further boost to its sustainability financing credentials.

  • Reliance woos banks in senior syndication

    Reliance woos banks in senior syndication

    Reliance Industries is seeking commitments from banks for a ¥38bn ($351m) Samurai loan in senior syndication. The Indian company’s deal is part of a two-tranche dollar and yen-denominated transaction worth about $1.45bn.

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