Dongying Lufang smelts $200m refinancing

Dongying Lufang Metals Material HK has rolled out a $200m syndicated deal with two mandated lead arrangers and bookrunners. It is looking to refinance a one year loan from last year that falls due soon.

  • By Shruti Chaturvedi
  • 19 Jun 2017

Deutsche Bank and ING have retained the mandate for the refinancing, and sent an outline of the new deal to existing lenders last Friday, said a banker.

The previous loan was a $385m one year signed in August 2016, according to Dealogic. It was initially conceived as an ...

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