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Loan Week, November 17-24

A digest of the latest loan news.
China

China International Trust Investment Corp CITIC GroupÆs $200 million term loan has been launched via mandated coordinating arrangers Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, HSBC, ING Bank and Mizuho Corporate Bank. HSBC and ING Bank are running the books while Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ is the facility and documentation agent.

The five year facility carries a margin of 35bp over Libor and is being marketed to banks on three tiers. Coordinating arrangers holding $15 million or above earn 30bp flat, translating to a top level all-in of 41bp arrangers lending $10 million to $14 million get 22.5bp for an all-in of 39.5bp and senior managers pledging $5 million to $9 million receive 15bp...
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