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Wednesday, 13 December 2017

Tessa Walsh' s stories

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  • Back to the future?

    Loans | 24 November 2017

    Relaxing or repealing US Leveraged Lending Guidelines could offer banks the opportunity to take back market share lost to shadow banks and direct lenders and open the door to more multi-billion dollar buyout loans, bankers and investors said.

  • Loan banker Ellemann rejoins ABN AMRO

    People & Markets | 10 November 2017

    Peter Ellemann has joined ABN AMRO in London as a managing director in loan syndications, focusing on originating loans and private placements in Britain, Germany and France.

  • MOVES-Loan banker Ellemann rejoins ABN AMRO

    Ticker | 06 November 2017

    Peter Ellemann has joined ABN AMRO in London as a managing director in loan syndications, reporting to Jacco Keijzer, head of syndications, who is based in Amsterdam, the bank said on Monday.

  • Office Depot highlights retailers' loan woes

    Loans | 03 November 2017

    Office supply retailer Office Depot has been forced to sweeten terms on a US$750m term loan B after retailers’ secondary loan prices tumbled in the wake of department store JC Penney’s profit warning as the troubled sector continues to suffer in the US leveraged loan market.

  • Qatari loans test lenders' loyalties

    Loans | 06 October 2017

    A US$570m syndicated loan refinancing for Turkey-based QNB Finansbank is highlighting the growing difficulties facing international banks as they struggle to maintain impartiality in Qatar’s dispute with its neighbours.

  • Banks assess loan exposure as Qatar crisis deepens

    Loans | 29 September 2017

    Qatari banks and financial institutions in neighbouring countries that have severed diplomatic and transport ties are assessing their exposure to each other and seeking to sell loans in the secondary market as the crisis threatens to deepen.

  • EC gears up for market study

    Loans | 22 September 2017

    The European Commission is getting ready to kick off its review of the syndicated loan market with the appointment of a third-party surveyor to examine potential competition issues as part of a wider drive by the regulator to apply antitrust law to banking and financial services.

  • A Noble Group sign is pictured at a meet-the-investors event in Singapore.

    Banks cut exposure to Noble

    Loans | 09 June 2017

    Banks have sold about US$300m of a US$1.1bn revolving credit loan for Noble Group to funds, in a bid to limit their losses as the company appears to be gearing up for a contentious restructuring, banking sources said.

  • European Central Bank (ECB) headquarters

    ECB rules to reshape leveraged lending

    Top News | 09 June 2017

    The ECB’s final guidance on leveraged loans will reshape the European market when it comes into effect in November, but several key questions have yet to be answered as the countdown begins.

  • Lenders grapple with Brexit impact

    Loans | 19 May 2017

    The effects of Brexit are starting to be felt in the syndicated loan market as lenders seek greater flexibility on where and how they book loans to deal with the potential loss of passporting rights in a hard Brexit, a move that could cause operational problems for banks’ agency functions.

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