The Chinese property developer launches a $900 million bond for refinancing purposes, breaking the Chinese New Year dollar supply drought.
The first deal after Chinese New Year indicates a difficult start for the offshore renminbi bond market in the year of the goat.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
Asian credit vulnerability could mount due to a stronger US dollar, prompting investors to look at alternative forms of investment including local currency debt.
The Chinese conglomerate is expected to close syndication on dual tranche euro facility to fund its Club Med buyout early March.
Explosion in Basel III-compliant instruments expected to continue, especially in local currencies.
Solusi Tunas Pratama is the second Indonesian tower operator to sell a dollar note in just over a week as the sector continues to consolidate.
China State Shipbuilding makes its maiden voyage in the euro-denominated bond markets, at the forefront of what bankers believe will become a key theme in 2015.
The country is mulling a dollar bond before elections in 2016, the head of the department of finance tells FinanceAsia.
The Chinese developer launches first single-B rated bond of 2015 at a fixed-rate of 12% but failed to garner enough demand for its original target size of $1.5 billion.
Tianjin-based Sunac China plans to make an offer for Kaisa’s shares but maintain the company’s Hong Kong listing.
The deal provides troubled Kaisa with much-needed financial clout but could yet trigger a change-of-control clause in its offshore bonds.