Loan Week, May 16-22

A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.

Australia

CDPT Finance has obtained a A$1 billion facility through bookrunners and mandated lead arrangers ANZ, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Credit Agricole and NAB.

The facility is split into a A$274 million four-year and a A$325 million five-year term loans, and a A$272 million four-year and a A$149 million five-year revolvers.

Final allocations saw Commonwealth Bank of Australia and NAB contribute A$247 million each while ANZ provided A$200 million. Credit Agricole pledged A$125 million as mandated lead arrangers while Bank of Queensland lent A$100 million as participant. Mega International Commercial Bank and RBC concluded the syndicate with A$50 million apiece.

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