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.
The lender sells its first floating-rate note since a 2015 merger.
Evergrande sells another billion-plus-dollar benchmark note in response to reverse enquiries.
The KKR-backed company could get a credit boost from S&P after its latest $150 million bond sale.
AS Watson (International) Finance, Sun Hung Kai Properties (Financial Services) and Wijaya Karya feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for March 17 to 23.
The Hong Kong-listed lender shrugs off volatility in global markets, issuing its first-ever dollar bond.
The Korean bank returns to bond market after just four months, making the most of investors’ appetite.
The privately held chemical company raised $300 million from the bond market, giving a boost to its plan to expand into the US.
The Indonesian garment manufacturer has pushed out its debt maturities, selling a small bond that got overwhelming demand.
China Evergrande is in the middle of a debt binge. But its latest deal looks likely to be used for refinancing.
The Hong Kong-listed company became the first Asian borrower to tap the dollar bond market in the wake of a US interest rate hike. It got a warm welcome from investors
Ravi Karunanayake, Sri Lanka’s finance minister, says the government is cooking up some mega deals for investors.
Unis Technology Innovation & Development, Dhariwal Infrastructure and GlobalWafers feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for March 10 to 16.
The unrated group decides to tap European investors first before coming to Asia as it raises fresh capital from a perpetual bond.