They have also been evaluating whether the Chinese company has ways to support CWT’s business and service the debt if there is a downturn in the logistics industry, one of the people said. The lenders will need more time to assess the latest information before finalizing the terms of any financing, the people said. Maybank and RHB are still working on the funding, though the situation remains fluid and there’s no certainty they will be able to reach an agreement, the people said.
HNA Group Co., the acquisitive Chinese conglomerate, is facing additional questions from banks working on financing its proposed $1 billion takeover of Singapore logistics operator CWT Ltd., people with knowledge of the matter said. Firms including Malayan Banking Bhd. and RHB Bank Bhd., which are preparing a loan package to back the acquisition, have been seeking more information from HNA in recent weeks, the people said.
Overseas insurers including Prudential Plc are pursuing plans to sell stakes in their Malaysian units, in deals that could raise at least a combined $2 billion and help them comply with foreign ownership limits, people with knowledge of the matter said. Prudential has asked banks to pitch for a role advising on a domestic initial public offering of its Malaysian unit, an option it is considering alongside a potential stake sale to an investor, according to the people.
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