A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
In a rising interest rate environment the appeal of investing in longer duration bonds declines but this isn't the case for 2015.
Indian steel giant Tata Steel wraps up jumbo $3.1 billion refinancing with 34 lenders, giving it breathing room.
The Chinese asset management firm’s $500m tap of its existing bond pushes the region’s total debt capital market volumes to new heights.
Diverging monetary policies, weaker valuations and an uncertain regulatory environment will affect Asian high-yield into 2015 but these risks will likely be short-lived.
Cheung Kong Infrastructure and Power Assets reach out to relationship lenders for potential $5b-$6b loan to fund bid for Fortum's Swedish assets.
China’s biggest lender sells $5.7 billion of offshore Additional tier-1 notes in three different currencies, obtaining a staggering $28 billion total order book.
Logan Property and Yuzhou Properties collectively raise $500m, while China Sunac markets a five-year callable bond.
China's top companies face two key problems: weaker cash flow and a high debt load, according to S&P's Christopher Lee.
Pakistan raises a $1 billion five-year Islamic bond, the latest sovereign to do so, boosting volumes of the asset class to an all-time high since 2012.
The Chinese developer is the latest borrower to tap the perpetual debt market as investors pay for greater pickup in paper that has a high call incentive in year five.
Investors are increasingly prepared to take raw Philippine-peso risk, according to a survey of bond buyers conducted by FinanceAsia, Citi and BPI Capital.