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  • IC-packaging material and equipment supplier Chang Wah Electromaterials (CWE) has announced the signing of a NT$7.2 billion (US$233.7 million) syndicated loan agreement with 13 local...
  • Winbond Electronics has signed a seven-year syndicated loan for NT$42 billion (US$1.36 billion) with 19 local banks in Taiwan, according to the maker of specialty DRAM and flash me...
  • Mosel Vitelic, a pure-play foundry specializing in power semiconductors and analog chips, has disclosed plans to raise NT$861 millon (US$27.9 million) in capital through issuing new...
  • Testing house King Yuan Electronics (KYEC) has signed a five-year syndicated loan for NT$14.2 billion (US$458.5 million) with 17 local banks in Taiwan, according to a company filing...
  • Innolux has secured a syndicated loan of NT$43.75 billion (US$1.428 billion) from a 19-member banking consortium led by Taipei-based CTBC Bank.
  • AUO secures NT$42 billion loan

    Friday 29 June 2018
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    AU Optornics (AUO) has secured a syndicated loan of NT$42 billion (US$1.374 billion) from a 25-member banking consortium led by Bank of Taiwan.
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    Optical film supplier Wah Hong Industrial has secured a five-year US$50 million syndicated loans with an 11-member banking consortium in Taiwan as it has laid out a bold plan to further...
  • Backend house ChipMOS Technologies has signed a five-year syndicated loan for NT$12 billion (US$401.4 million) with 11 local banks in Taiwan, according to a company filing with the...
  • A Shanghai court has frozen assets worth CNY1.237 billion (US$181.95 million) owned by Jia Yueting, chairman of cash-strapped TV vendor LeEco, his wife and three of its subsidiaries,...
  • Wafer probing specialist Ardentec has signed a NT$4 billion (US$125.4 million) syndicated loan agreement with eight local banks in Taiwan, according to a company filing with the Taiwan...
  • Chilisin Electronics, which manufactures inductors and power chokes, has announced the signing of a NT$3.5 billion (US$111.4 million) syndicated loan agreement with 10 local banks...
  • Winbond Electronics has signed a NT$12 billion (US$382.8 million) syndicated loan agreement with 17 local banks in Taiwan, according to the memory chipmaker.
  • ChipMOS Technologies has signed a five-year syndicated loan for NT$13.2 billion (US$404.5 million) with 10 local banks in Taiwan, according to the packaging and testing company.
  • Nanya Technology has signed a NT$12 billion (US$360.7 million) syndicated loan agreement with 15 local banks in Taiwan, according to the DRAM chipmaker.
  • The board of directors of IC testing house King Yuan Electronics (KYEC) recently approved a plan to sign a NT$5 billion (US$151.5 million) syndicated loan with a consortium of local...
  • AU Optronics (AUO) has completed a syndicated loan worth NT$37.5 billion (US$1.15 billion) as of September 11, 2015, surpassing its original goal of NT$30 billion.
  • Commenting on the Taiwan government's recent project of providing NT$500 billion (US$15.91 billion) loans to Taiwan's medium-to-large size enterprises, Wistron chairman Simon Lin...
  • China-based smartphone vendor Xiaomi Technology will launch an online consumer loan company in Chongqing, allowing the smartphone vendor to step into China's financial market, according...
  • Foundry chipmaker Powerchip Technology has signed a three-year, NT$15 billion (US$491.9 million) syndicated loan contract with a banking consortium, according to the company.
  • Answer Technology (ANStek) has signed a US$30 million syndicated loan agreement with a consortium of local banks in Taiwan, according to the IC distributor.
  • Semiconductor material distributor Wahlee Industrial has signed a NT$3 billion (US$95.9 million) 5-year syndicated loan agreement with a banking consortium, with the new funds to...
  • Commenting on one of the Taiwan government-owned banks reportedly having refused to join Innolux's syndicated loan plans because of debt issues at Innolux's ex-affiliate Chi Mei Lighting...
  • Innolux is rumored to have issues acquiring a syndicated loan for NT$60 billion (US$1.97 billion) recently because of debt issues of its ex-affiliate Chi Mei Lighting Technology,...
  • Nanya Technology has signed a NT$12 billion (US$400 million) syndicated loan agreement with 14 local banks in Taiwan, according to the memory chipmaker.
  • The board of directors of Chipbond Technology, a Taiwan-based backend house specializing in LCD driver ICs, has approved a plan to apply for a syndicated loan of NT$4 billion (US$135.4...
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