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Asahi brews jumbo bridge takeout

Aug 02 2019

* Loans: Banks eye opportunity to refinance ¥1.2trn acquisition financing

Commodity traders add to Ninja flow

Jun 21 2019

* Loans: Bunge, Louis Dreyfus latest to tap Japanese liquidity

Japan banks drive LBO boom

May 17 2019

* Loans: Dry powder, cheap debt drive Japanese LBO loans to decade high

Indian Samurai market fizzles

Apr 12 2019

* Loans: Long-term loans find few takers after recent Japanese borrowing spree

Godiva serves up tasty multiple

Feb 22 2019

* Loans: LBO financing stretches boundaries in cash-rich Japanese market

Ninja loans climb to 10-year high

Oct 05 2018

TOKYO (LPC) - International companies are raising low-cost, long-term Ninja loans in Japan to take advantage of attractive cross-currency swaps and domestic banks’ appetite for high-yielding loans.

KKR, Bain, MBK to submit second-round bids for Japan's Calsonic-LPC

Sep 09 2016

TOKYO, Sept 9 Private equity firms KKR, Bain Capital and MBK Partners are set to submit second-rounds bids to buy Japanese auto parts maker Calsonic Kansei Corp , which has a market value of $2.4 billion, people with direct knowledge of the matter told Thomson Reuters LPC.

MBK scraps plan to buy Japan's Accordia Golf - LPC

Aug 28 2016

TOKYO, Aug 29 Seoul-based private equity firm MBK Partners has scrapped a plan to buy Japanese golf course operator Accordia Golf Co after the value of the company surged in recent weeks, sources with direct knowledge of the matter have told Thomson Reuters LPC.

MBK Partners plans to buy Japan's Accordia in deal valuing target at up to $1.5 billion

Jul 15 2016

TOKYO Seoul-based private equity firm MBK Partners is planning to buy Japanese golf course operator Accordia Golf Co in a deal that could value the company as much as 160 billion yen ($1.5 billion), three people with direct knowledge of the matter told Thomson Reuters LPC.

MBK Partners plans to buy Japan's Accordia in deal valuing target at up to $1.5 bln - LPC

Jul 14 2016

TOKYO, July 14 Seoul-based private equity firm MBK Partners is planning to buy Japanese golf course operator Accordia Golf Co in a deal that could value the company as much as 160 billion yen ($1.5 billion), three people with direct knowledge of the matter told Thomson Reuters LPC.

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