The Guangzhou-based property firm demonstrated the flexibility of China’s bond regulator, selling a bond after its approval had officially expired. Here is how it did it.
SPIC Pacific Hydro, Shimao Property and Indomobil Finance Indonesia feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for January 20 to 26.
Soaring property prices are leading to a boom for Chinese developers. But the Beijing government is looking on with alarm and is tightening the rules.
Tibet Tianyuan Mineral Exploration, Wenzhou Oujiang Estuary Bridge and Siam City Cement in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for January 20 to 26.
The dollar green bond market is now open for the year, after Indian company raises $200 million.
Regulators look set to give more commercial banks the option of securitising their bad loans this year. But the move could weaken asset quality in the market.
Billionaire Anil Agarwal's London-listed mining group raises $1 billion in a five-and-a-half year deal to take out part of its outstanding bonds.
The Hong Kong-listed property company's $500 million bond offered an attractive new-issue premium to investors.
The domestic bond market on the mainland faces a wall of maturities this year. But refinancing these deals will not bring the revenue boon bankers may be hoping for.
The HNA-backed airline raises $250 million as it joins a recent fundraising rush in the region. But turbulence in the aviation world means demand is cooler than for some issuers.
Despite rising debt load, the Indonesian company gets a warm welcome from bond investors
The rush to sell bonds before Chinese New Year has brought issuance to a year-to-date record.
Chongqing Expressway Group, Wanda Commercial Property (Hong Kong) and BW Gas Juju LNG feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for January 6 to 12.
The Southeast Asian country became the second sovereign to issue a dollar bond this year, swapping 14 old bonds for a new 25-year note.
Billionaire Richard Li's Hong Kong-based insurance group draws frenzied demand for its first perpetual bonds.