Yango scores with investor-friendly bond

Yango scores with investor-friendly bond

The company turned to investors without a rating, but added a put option to ease any doubts.
A slow trickle of deals suggests there is appetite for covered bonds in Asia. But there are also signs that growth will be slow.
Venture capital investors are increasingly piling into artificial intelligence. The opportunities for China are rife.
CEO Tidjane Thiam says the region’s top broker is cutting jobs at a time when investors are slashing commissions ahead of MiFID II and e-trading is on the rise.
The lender sells its first floating-rate note since a 2015 merger.
The conclusion of our Asia's Best Managed Companies survey, in which portfolio managers and buy-side analysts give their verdicts on the region's leading corporations.

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Chinese outbound M&A hit a record $218.6 billion in 2016, according to Dealogic. But amid regulatory challenges, how high will volumes go in 2017?




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Fear not — the market will set a new record.
  15%
 
Things will be a bit slower, but we can break $150 billion.
  39%
 
Expect $100-150 billion of deals.
  14%
 
We will not even beat 2015’s volume. There will be less than $100 billion of deals.
  32%

 

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