Woori Bank and Cnooc debt offerings have pushed Asia ex-Japan’s dollar volumes to an all-time monthly high.
Strong US investor interest enabled Tencent to raise $2.5 billion from its dual-tranche bond, the largest in Asia ex-Japan from the tech space.
China’s real estate groups are looking at various options to raise funds such as offshore equity
markets through spinoffs.
Mainland real estate companies are struggling to find sources of financing as onshore credit dwindles.
Independent oil and gas company MIE and Indonesian textile maker Sritex tap high-yield investors looking to diversify away from the Chinese property sector.
A flush of corporate Korean bond deals are likely in the coming days with telecoms company KT Corp setting the scene.
China Citic Bank sells Asia’s first Additional Tier 1 bond, while Chalco raises its second perpetual note and State Bank of India offers a dual-tranche deal.
Hong Kong-listed Chinese developer raises a $500 million seven-year note, reviving the region’s unrated space amid improving market confidence.
Seven banks have launched Giant Interactive’s $850 million buyout loan into general syndication.
The sovereign quenches the thirst of frontier market investors by issuing a $2 billion dual-tranche bond, its first international note in seven years.
The Singaporean bank raised a $1 billion 10.5-year Basel III-compliant bond to help fund its expansion and replenish old-style debt.
Indonesian garment manufacturer Sritex embarks on an investor roadshow, following developer Lippo Karawaci in issuing a dollar bond.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
China’s largest refiner issued the multi-tranche $5 billion jumbo for refinancing and capital expenditure purposes while interest rates remain favourable.
The bank’s Australian dollar bond programme is due to swell to A$12 billion on the back of a favourable cross-currency swap and strong demand from Japanese life insurers.