Loan Week

Loan Week, July 6-12

A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong Exchanges Clearing has obtained a 543 million one-year loan through mandated lead arrangers Deutsche Bank, HSBC and UBS.

The facility is priced at 65bp over Libor for the first three months, which will step up to 85bp thereafter.

Proceeds are to support the acquisition of the London Metal Exchange.

New World China Finance BVI has completed a $193 million-equivalent dual-currency financing through mandated lead arrangers DBS, E.Sun Commercial Bank, HSBC, Hang Seng Bank, Scotiabank, Shanghai Commercial Bank and Yuanta Commercial Bank.

Guaranteed by New World China, the eight-year deal consists of...

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