A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
Chinese state-owned firms Beijing Enterprises and Yuexiu Transport successfully raised €700 million by selling euro-denominated bonds to yield-starved eurozone investors.
Elsewhere, embattled commodities trader Noble Group bags its first commitment from ING.
Chinese oil and gas major taps Asia’s bond markets while US Treasury yeilds remain low and pending the outcome of the Fed's two-day policy meeting.
Alexi Chan and Jean-Marc Mercier to succeed Bryan Pascoe, who will become HSBC group treasurer, amid talk of relocation.
SOE Binhai Investment is out with a maiden dollar bond while energy firm Kunlun Energy begins investor meetings for a potential greenback offering.
The telecommunications arm of conglomerate Reliance is out with a debut dollar bond, India’s first international high-yield corporate debt issuance in nearly two months.
After a dismal Wednesday, Chinese developer Jingrui Holdings, Indonesian ports operator Perlindo, and Korean energy firm Korea Resources collectively raise $2.1b worth of bonds.
State-owned oil refiner raises Asia’s largest dual-currency bond, pricing the bonds at competitive levels.
The Indonesian developer prices a debut dollar offering but credit research firm Lucror Analytics questions the legality of the instrument.
RBC's top fixed income banker in Japan sees rising demand for international bonds from Japanese investors and builds up capabilities accordingly.
State-backed bad debt managment firm keeps the multi-tranche fad alive, raising its second mammoth dual-tranche bond in less than a year.
Bonds of the Mumbai-based software developer plunge to record low after Glaucus Research issues report urging investors to sell. Rolta swiftly gave a strong rebuttal.