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.
The Chinese state-owned company raised its second dollar bond this year, boosting its warchest before US Treasury yields begin trending up.
China's SOE reorganisation promises multi-billion-dollar deal opportunities amid a global resurgence in jumbo M&A deals, says Bank of America Merrill Lynch's Asia Pacific M&A head
Investors are demanding higher compensation due to the potential rise in Asian corporate defaults, mounting geopolitical risks and a China slowdown.
With millionaires on tap, the country holds promise for top auction houses.
Goldman Sachs and HSBC continue to lead the 2014 year-to-date equity and debt capital markets bookrunner rankings.