Lotte goes shopping for debt

HSBC secures its first domestic bond mandate in Korea, as Lotte Shopping, returns to the debt markets with a W180 billion deal.

Lotte Shopping, Korea's largest department store chain with around a 30% market share, has issued its second bond deal of the year. The company mandated HSBC and Meritz Securities as joint lead managers with Daewoo Securities, Hana Securities, KITC Securities and Tong Yang making up the rest of the syndication group.

Lotte will use proceeds from the W180 billion $140 million issue to increase its working capital and to refinance some of its existing debts. The company, which has...

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