Two days after selling a Singapore-dollar tier-2 note, the Singapore lender prints US dollar and euro covered bonds, the first dual-currency covered bond form an Asian issuer.
Telstra, Anhui Haoyuan Chemical Group and China ZhengTong Auto Services feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for February 17 to 23.
Risk-on appetite helps the US-listed Chinese property developer to price a new $300 million bond, after drawing more than $3.2 billion of orders.
The city becomes the first Asian sovereign issuer this year to sell an Islamic bond.
It is the biggest Basel III-compliant, Singapore dollar-denominated tier-2 bond and met with robust demand, not least from private banking clients, reflecting the dearth of supply.
KWG Property Holding, IndianOil LNG and Thai Union Group feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for February 10 to 16.
The BB-rated company becomes the first local government financing vehicle to sell a dollar bond this year, attracting $2.5 billion of orders for its $300 million deal.
Despite being priced inside fair value, Huawei's new five-year and 10-year bonds traded up in the secondary market as investors continued to pile in.
The Hong Kong-listed property developer increases the size of its bond after attracting more than $5.5 billion of demand.
The Chinese property company will pay half what it does on one outstanding bond after taking advantage of buoyant high-yield demand.
K Wah Financial Services, JSW Jaigarh Port and feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for February 4 to 10.
Despite a chunky cut in pricing from initial guidance, the solar power company's dollar bond trades up in the secondary market.
More capital is needed to fight the blight of pollution in the mainland's smoggy cities. But issuers may find criteria for what constitutes a "green bond" are far tougher overseas.
The proceeds will be used to buy the Indian clean energy company's proposed masala bonds.
The coal mining group gets a warm welcome as the recovery in commodity prices helps bond investors to look beyond the recent default of key customer PT Berau Coal Energy.