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Notes in Demand

Singapore listed marine services provider Ezra Holdings is raising new debt with the advice of DBS and HSBC. The three year USD 100 million unsecured guaranteed financing will comprise fixed rate notes and a transferable term loan facility. What is a transferable term loan? Simply put, it is a bank loan facility that can be traded between lenders. According to the Law of Multi-banking Financing: Syndications and Participations published by Agasha Mugasha, transferable term loan is a form of securitization that allows banks to trade loan assets, with the objective to improve the liquidity of the transferor banks and diversify lending risks.

No details on the actual split between the two arrangements have been announced but marketing for the notes has commenced on Tuesday, with the institutional investors largely in mind. Proceeds will be used to finance new business opportunities and capital expenditure, possibly to fund the acquisition of the Crusader 2, an ice class DP3 well-intervention vessel.

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