Flight to safety for lenders amid China property woes

Flight to safety for lenders amid China property woes

Lenders to stay wary of cash strapped Chinese property companies.
Malaysia's state-owned investment fund trimmed more of its stake in the power producer, which has been extremely profitable for Khazanah.
Aaron Russell-Davison replaces Henrik Raber, who was promoted to global head of capital markets in August. Both remain in Singapore.
Infrastructure fund chooses advantageous moment to formally launch one of Thailand's largest IPOs, with investors looking for yield plays as deflationary expectations gain ground.
The company is the first Chinese property developer to launch a dual-tranche debt offering, defying market fears towards a sector that is seeing increasing defaults.
Sino-Ocean Land Treasure Finance II completes first Chinese G3 Real Estate bond in 2015 YTD

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