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Lending to SMEs, long regarded as the less glamorous side of the syndicated loan market, could be back in vogue for many European banks struggling to cover their costs on large corporate loans, according to a report by Deutsche Bank.
Switzerland-based multinational chemical company Ineos launched an opportunistic US$4.1bn loan repricing in the US last week to take advantage of strong financial results and investors’ robust demand for loans. The loan repricing will boost Ineos’s financial flexibility and is also part of a wider refinancing that also includes more than
The chill wind blowing through emerging markets has yet to put the brakes on the liquid global loan market. Some country-specific effects are, however, starting to be seen in EMEA and Asia as political crises and currency turmoil take a toll on banks’ appetite to lend.
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- EMEA Loan House: BNP Paribas
- Loan House and Asia-Pacific Loan House: Deutsche Bank
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