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  • Syndicated loans, bonds boost Cred Ag earnings

    Syndicated loans, bonds boost Cred Ag earnings

    Crédit Agricole emphasised high levels of activity in syndicated loans and fixed income, especially among French clients, as it revealed a strong set of quarterly earnings on Friday.

  • Corporates must be more transparent on sustainability-linked loans

    Corporates must be more transparent on sustainability-linked loans

    By being allowed to hide the details of sustainability targets and incentives, Europe’s investment grade corporations are being given an easy ride when it comes to sustainability-linked loans. They must be more open if the market is to remain credible.

  • Turkish borrowers plough on in debt markets against persistent instability

    Turkish borrowers plough on in debt markets against persistent instability

    LimakPort, the Turkish international port, entered the debt market on Tuesday, while Turk Eximbank has successfully secured a dollar syndicated loan facility. Turkish issuers are demonstrating resilience, market participants say, amid the heightened levels of domestic and political volatility in the last three months.

  • EM loan bankers ‘not very confident’ of deal boost

    EM loan bankers ‘not very confident’ of deal boost

    The number of emerging market syndicated loans is in decline for the fourth year in a row, according to Dealogic data. Bankers' outlooks for the rest of the year err on the pessimistic side, with the fallout from the pandemic being the main concern.

  • Symrise pledges margin improvements to charity in SLL debut

    Symrise pledges margin improvements to charity in SLL debut

    Symrise, a German flavour and fragrance producer, has signed a €500m debut sustainability-linked loan, with the company one of the few to disclose that any margin change because of hitting key performance indicators will be paid directly to charity.

  • Haid debuts with $400m loan

    Haid debuts with $400m loan

    Guandong Haid Group Co, a Chinese agricultural and animal husbandry company, is in the loan market with its debut offshore borrowing of up to $400m.

  • Jacquet Metal Service leads SSD revival

    Jacquet Metal Service leads SSD revival

    French steel parts and distribution company Jacquet Metal Service has launched a further Schuldschein, according to sources. The market is gearing up for somewhat of a renaissance after a moribund 2020 and GlobalCapital understands that 10-15 more transactions are set to be launched in May.

  • Ceconomy gets ESG loan to repay crisis funding

    Ceconomy gets ESG loan to repay crisis funding

    Ceconomy, a German consumer electronics company, has signed a €1.06bn revolver linked to sustainability metrics, becoming the latest corporate to repay state support loans taken out during the worst of the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Swan song for hung bridges as Golden Goose readies bonds

    Swan song for hung bridges as Golden Goose readies bonds

    Golden Goose, the Italian shoemaker bought by Permira just before the coronavirus pandemic struck Europe, is looking for €470m of senior secured bonds in what may be the last repayment of a bridge facility signed before Covid. Hung bridges for leveraged buyouts were a serious concern for banks at the height of the pandemic but due to governments and central banks supporting the financial markets, lenders sold down the positions successfully — mostly much earlier than Golden Goose, writes Silas Brown.

  • Allied bid backers to split $100m fees as G4S debt package lands

    Allied bid backers to split $100m fees as G4S debt package lands

    Banks backing the successful Allied Universal bid for UK security company G4S are set to split around $100m in financing fees for backing the deal, with Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley in line for the lion’s share of the profits, as the $6.3bn eight tranche syndication is priced and the firm is delisted.

  • Home Credit Vietnam plans loan return

    Home Credit Vietnam plans loan return

    Home Credit Vietnam is in talks with banks for a new $50m loan, with its planned fundraising receiving some early mixed response from lenders.

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