The UK bank has hired HSBC veteran Annemarie Ganatra as its global head of medium-term notes based in Hong Kong.
The Chinese real estate company raises a maiden $320 million bond, shoring up funds for overseas investments as it continues to beef up its US presence.
The region's leveraged loan markets are still liquid as banks are willing to lend and private equity have funds to deploy says a BofML loan specialist.
Most banks in the region, having emerged from the global financial crisis relatively unscathed, are well on track to meet the stricter capital requirements.
Goldman Sachs and HSBC continue to lead the 2014 YTD equity capital markets and debt capital markets bookrunner rankings, respectively.
The Chinese securities house looks to boost cross-border business by redefining executives’ responsibilities.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
Hong Kong is embarking on a global roadshow to market its first shariah-compliant bond, finally securing its place as a global hub for Islamic finance.
Hong Kong-based Link Reit sells its first dollar-denominated note with the aim of extending the tenor of its funding program.
Matthew Bosrock named executive managing director, head of Asia-Pacific ex-Japan, for the ratings group.
China Orient raises huge dollar-denominated offering, the third Chinese bad debt management firm to raise international funds this year.
Banks need to prepare for the reality that more of their fee-charging services will be commoditised due to digitisation, says Accenture.
The Chinese industrial gas producer raises Asia’s first high-yield bond in three weeks, re-pricing its yield curve with a $250 million bond.
Beijing Urban Construction Investment & Development completes second largest Asia ex-Japan construction sector ECM deal in 2014.