Despite rising debt load, the Indonesian company gets a warm welcome from bond investors
The rush to sell bonds before Chinese New Year has brought issuance to a year-to-date record.
Chongqing Expressway Group, Wanda Commercial Property (Hong Kong) and BW Gas Juju LNG feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for January 6 to 12.
The Southeast Asian country became the second sovereign to issue a dollar bond this year, swapping 14 old bonds for a new 25-year note.
Memory chip maker pulls off one of the biggest convertible bond sales in Taiwanese history, reaping $500 million in Asia ex-Japan's first international convertible of 2017.
Billionaire Richard Li's Hong Kong-based insurance group draws frenzied demand for its first perpetual bonds.
The Singapore lender raises €750 million in a seven year deal, with the majority coming from first-time DBS investors in Europe.
Times Property and Yanlord Land Group attract strong orders as investors accept higher risk in a low-yield world.
The history of investors trying to make co-investments with private equity firms or even go it alone is strewn with casualties.
Tensions are building as a growing number of institutional investors, such as CPPIB and Ontario Teachers, take to direct investments. Regulators are watching the trend closely.
As Indonesia and the Philippines eye dollar deals, Korea shows how it's done.
After avoiding the bond market in November, Adani Ports pulled off an impressive dollar deal this week.
China Development Bank, Shantou Suai Channel Construction & Investment and North Memorial feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for January 6 to 12.
Taikang Insurance raised $800 million from a five-year senior bond, becoming just the third Chinese issuer in the market this year.
Southern China's largest private school operator sets Hong Kong IPO despite uncertainty over China's educational structure and future tax structure.