But there are subtle indications that that Asia's G3 primary bond market may be suffering from a little indigestion.
The Chinese utility giant and Indonesian oil and gas producer receive warm welcome from investors, getting a $10 billion and a $4.5 billion of demand at peak, respectively.
Trans Retail, Yanlord Land (Hong Kong) and HCP Global feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for April 21 to 27.
Secondary market buffer priced in to make sure the new asset class is a success.
The national investment company sells a dual-tranche deal, drawing $11 billion of demand at peak.
ASM International raised $270 million and cut its stake to about 34.2% from 39.1% after its Hong Kong-listed unit posted strong quarterly results.
The joint venture between HPCL and steel tycoon Lakshmi Mittal draws impressive $1.5 billion order book, allowing debut issuer to increase the size of the bond to $375 million.
An unfavoured sector, unsettled markets and nearly three weeks of secondary market trading risk conspire to push pricing towards the bottom of the private equity firm’s expectations.
The sale by existing shareholders is for a stake of up to 15% in Indonesia’s largest telecom tower operator.
The two companies took vastly different approaches to the bond market. But they both managed to generate huge demand.
Taiwanese silicon wafer maker raises $469 million in island’s biggest GDR deal in nearly four years. It needs the cash to help fund acquisition of SunEdison Semiconductor.
Third largest IPO in Korean history prices at the top of the range, but is still expected to make a solid secondary market debut after amassing strong demand.
Two more firms turned to the dollar bond market on Wednesday, proving Asia's bumper start to the year in bond issuance can continue despite more nervousness among investors.
China’s fifth-largest bank has started gauging investor demand for an IPO of its offshore securities brokerage and investment banking arm, BoCom International Holdings.
Tongxiang Puyuan Tourism, PT Perkebunan Nusantara No 5 (PTPN 5) and Ecom Agroindustrial Asia feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for April 14 to 20.