Bond buyers seek diversity and size

Asia-based bond investors want Australian and New Zealand dollar borrowers to issue larger average deals, according to a survey by FinanceAsia and NAB.

Bond buyers seek diversity and size

A survey of Asia-based investors conducted by FinanceAsia and National Australia Bank NAB in August this year shows bond buyers now see Australia as an integral part of their long-term fixed-income portfolios. Borrowers in Australian and New Zealand dollars are experiencing increased appetite for their debt securities from real-money investors wanting longer tenors and larger ticket sizes.


The poll of institutional investors in the Asia time-zone builds on evidence collected...

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