The debt capital markets at highest YTD issuance level on record.
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The 26-year veteran will be responsible for a region that produced nearly a quarter of the bank’s total income in 2013.
Banks and financial institutions from around the region are invited to pitch for our Country Awards for Achievements 2014.
Olivier de Grivel has been promoted to co-head of global financial institutionals group at HSBC and heads the team with Brian Heyworth.
China Citic Bank sells Asia’s first Additional Tier 1 bond, while Chalco raises its second perpetual note and State Bank of India offers a dual-tranche deal.
The debt capital markets see the highest weekly volume in 13 weeks.
Hong Kong-listed Chinese developer raises a $500 million seven-year note, reviving the region’s unrated space amid improving market confidence.
The sovereign quenches the thirst of frontier market investors by issuing a $2 billion dual-tranche bond, its first international note in seven years.
The Singaporean bank raised a $1 billion 10.5-year Basel III-compliant bond to help fund its expansion and replenish old-style debt.
'Flash Boys', a book about high-frequency trading, is certain to gain a wide audience in Asia as it is a growing phenomenon regulators in the region are playing close attention to.
Michael Chae is heading back to New York after jump-starting the firm’s private equity business in Asia. Ed Huang and Yi Luo will lead Blackstone’s private equity investments in China.
Pierre Ferland is appointed, while Madan Menon, co-head of markets and international banking, is to leave the bank.
Sinopec Group Overseas completes the largest USD-denominated bond by a Chinese issuer on record.
Beng Kiong Pee left the bank on Thursday after seven years to join a competitor.