Change in loan opportunities for the shipping industry

The shipping companies are having significantly more difficulties borrowing money from bank cooperations than in recent years, writes British investment analysis agency Dealogic.

This development is not necessarily negative alone, says Danish Ship Finance.

The investment banks are offering so-called syndicated loans for the shipping industry at the lowest level in five years, says an analysis by Dealogic, a company that analyzes the actions of the world’s largest investment banks.

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