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HKEx to spice up loan market

13 Sep 2019

* Loans: Banks eye potential financing for HK bourse’s high-profile LSE bid

Tencent wraps up biggest, tightest loan

06 Sep 2019

* Loans: Tech giant takes advantage of strong liquidity to complete US$6.5bn financing

Australia’s First State Super bets on domestic loans

30 Aug 2019

HONG KONG, Aug 30 (LPC) - Australian superannuation fund First State Super is planning to ramp up its domestic loan investments in the next two to three years, adding to the growing pool of non-bank investors as the country’s institutional investor base continues to grow.

UPDATE 1-LSE nets US$13.5bn bridge to refi Refinitiv LBO debt

01 Aug 2019

LONDON, Aug 1 (LPC) - London Stock Exchange Group has arranged an underwritten bridge loan of about US$13.5bn to support its proposed acquisition of Refinitiv, according to a press release on Thursday.

CORRECTED-LSE nets US$13.5bn bridge to refi Refinitiv LBO debt

01 Aug 2019

LONDON, Aug 1 (LPC) - London Stock Exchange Group has arranged an underwritten bridge loan of about US$13.5bn to support its proposed acquisition of Refinitiv, according to a press release on Thursday.

Huiyuan Juice leaves sour taste

15 Feb 2019

HONG KONG, Feb 15 (LPC) - Nearly a year after convincing lenders to waive covenant breaches, China Huiyuan Juice Group is once again sounding the alarm over loans to China's private sector with its failure to repay a HK$1bn (US$128m) convertible bond that came due last month.

Anta Sports kicks off China M&A

11 Jan 2019

* Loans: International banks dominant in 2019’s first Chinese acquisition loan

Hopewell woos with buyout deal

14 Dec 2018

HONG KONG, Dec 14 (LPC) - Hong Kong-listed developer Hopewell Holdings is set to go private, backed by a HK$25.2bn (US$3.23bn) loan that is already proving popular with lenders.

Chinese schools on funding spree

14 Dec 2018

* Loans: Education firms test offshore waters as lenders study regulations

China lenders resist reputational risks

30 Nov 2018

HONG KONG, Nov 30 (LPC) - China Huarong Asset Management, China's biggest bad-debt manager, has shown that even state-owned borrowers can struggle to attract international lenders.

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