A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
Lenders to stay wary of cash strapped Chinese property companies.
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.
The car rental company launches China's first high-yield bond of the year, pricing it at the tighter end of guidance as investors seek alternatives beyond the property space.
Big order book for seven-year deal, which raised $288.75m, highlights strong secondary market momentum in Asian high yield sector.
Debut $300m offering by the Philippine bank comes at a small premium to its nearest peer, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation.
Indonesia's first prospective corporate bond issuer of the year hopes to take advantage of last week's strong spread tightening in the Asian high yield sector.
DBS provides bilateral loan to Keppel Corp to fund its buyout of property arm Keppel Land for up to $2.6 billion.
The Philippine port operator embarks on a liability management journey, swapping its old bonds with new ones and saving about 2% in total cost.
First ever Basel III-compliant renminbi bond from a foreign company reinforces Hong Kong as the premier offshore hub.
India's largest private sector company shows the new issue premium is alive and kicking with a $1 billion bond.
China’s second-largest steelmaker prices Asia’s first dollar bond in nearly a week, paying up some premium as market volatility continues to dampen sentiment.
Indian corporate bond supply is set to surge if the nation continues to reform and markets stay calm, potentially beating the $25 billion per year mark, according to S&P.
Asia’s debt market pipeline has come to a standstill thanks to recent market volatility, but the investment-grade sector is still likely to provide some upside.