SSI Group completes largest Philippines IPO in 2014
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
Hanjin International’s inaugural dollar floating rate note prices 20bp tighter than closest comparables as investors prep for a rising rate environment.
State-run power plant operator paid zero new premium for its latest $300m bond, defying global growth fears as credit spreads remain volatile
China’s second-biggest steel producer raises its first dollar-denominated bond, boosting its warchest amid thirst for global expansion.
The Swiss bank has named Helman Sitohang as its regional CEO and Eric Varvel chairman of Asia Pacific and the Middle East.
Bank of China completes world’s largest capital contingent deal on record.
Lender raises the largest ever dollar-denominated bank capital offering, building up capital cushions to counter China’s mounting bad debt problem.
Asia is becoming increasingly important to the US bank as it continues to withdraw from high-cost businesses globally.
Morgan Stanley names Richard Wong and James Tam as Asia co-heads of M&A, while Sam Kim is appointed regional vice-chairman of investment banking.
Asia looks more resilient to capital flight than during last year’s taper tantrum, as the US Federal Reserve prepares to depart from its easy-money strategy.
Debt capital markets remains steady but equity capital markets sees a dip in volume this week.
Non-Muslim nations are issuing maiden sharia-compliant products. This year, Hong Kong, South Africa and the UK have been added to that list.