Dim sum flow continues amid currency volatility

A planned Rmb1.5 billion issue by Maoye International suggests demand for dim sum bonds might not be dependent on the currency’s appreciation.

Dim sum flow continues amid currency volatility

A planned Rmb1.5 billion renminbi-denominated bond issue by Maoye International suggests demand for dim sum bonds might not be dependent on the currency’s appreciation.

Maoye International, a Shenzhen-based department store operator in China, is looking to tap the offshore renminbi bond market for the first time.

Deal arrangers Citi and Deutsche Bank started a series of roadshow presentations to professional investors on Monday, according to sources familiar with the situation.

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