DBS kick-starts SE Asian green financing

DBS kick-starts SE Asian green financing

The bank's head of fixed income explains how it hopes to help Singapore and the wider Asian region develop more forms of green financing.
Wealthy Asians are expected to retain and manage more money locally over time, and a growing number of global and local firms are eyeing the opportunities.
Banks may be curtailing their credit lines, but some bond investors view Wanda's recent rollercoaster ride as an opportunity to generate alpha.
ZZ Capital moves into ZZ Top territory, setting up an $812 million deal for a Texas-based index provider, continuing a trend of Chinese PE funds sealing deals as corporates ...
The French sugar producer pulls its non-call six-year perpetual as investors report a "fairly miserable" outlook for credit markets in the region.
Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group, AU Optronics, Wistron and AII Holding feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for July 14-20.


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