Another busy day but better pricing for investors as issuers make allowances for a heavy pipeline and the poor trading performance of recent deals.
Singaporean bank brings the tightest additional Tier 1 capital deal on record.
Greenland Holdings and Jiangsu NewHeadline opt for aggressive pricing while markets remain quiet but momentum is still strong.
The Indonesian power producer hits the road ahead of bond refinancing plan.
The development of domestic debt markets have been the key to preventing a second financial crisis in the region says HSBC’s head of global banking for South East Asia.
Warsaw sells Rmb3 billion of panda bonds, a milestone for Beijing's efforts to boost the use of renminbi and opening its capital markets.
Dealogic's weekly roundup of loans activity in Asia.
The US-listed mainland property developer seals an aggressively priced bond after attracting more than $1.8 billion of orders at peak level.
Indonesia’s sovereign credit rating does not reflect the country's progress since the Asian Financial Crisis, says Credit Suisse’s Asia Pacific CEO.
With investors starved of yield, China Orient could have sold the bonds 10-times over, enabling the state-owned enterprise to price the deal aggressively.
After a decade-long absence from international markets, Small and medium Business Corp drew orders totalling more than $3.75 billion.
The state-owned miner captures more than $8 billion of orders, highlighting investors' continuing hunt for yield.
The Hong Kong-listed company gains strong support from Chinese and European investors for $300m bond as it seeks to extend maturity profile.