The bank joins a quartet of green bond issuers from the Indian financial sector as Asian investors brace themselves for a deluge of deals.
The listing of Lotte Group’s retail, hospitality and entertainment business comes amid an intensified power struggle between the two sons of founder Shin Kyuk-ho.
Chinese car firm takes green bond market to new stage of development with an inaugural bond financing the development of an environmentally friendly black cab.
Policy bank completes its largest ever international bond offering as it prepares to play a leading role in the restructuring of Korea's ailing shipbuilding industry.
Is the company a tech play or a consumer operator? Fair value depends on the answer.
Li Ka-shing's HK Electric hopes scarcity value will compensate for aggressive pricing.
Two of China's most well-known and successful international companies are planning international bond deals.
The Guangzhou-based property developer's US dollar offering builds a sizeable order book amid a drought of Chinese paper.
Outsized order book for rare long-dated Korean paper.
Quasi-sovereign borrower pays a new issue premium to counteract ratings pressure.
The Carlyle- and RRJ-backed Chinese hospital operator is looking to list later this year, underscoring Hong Kong’s increasingly sophisticated healthcare sector.
Strong reception as Korea's most profitable bank launches its first Basel III bond.
Secondary market deal activity appears to be picking up with back-to-back deals from Korea Aerospace Industries and Man Wah Holdings.
India's largest private sector bank hopes scarcity value will overcome aggressive pricing.
Hyundai launches the first auto-related green bond from Asia ex-Japan while issuance starts accelerating in China following the release of issuer guidelines.
CDB Leasing is potentially the first among a number of Chinese financial leasing companies to list in Hong Kong this year.
In part two of a discussion on Asian G3 markets, syndicate bankers say South Asia will not be able to pick up the slack as Chinese borrowers head to the onshore market.
The Asian G3 bond market has weathered global volatility well say DCM syndicate bankers, with regional investors and declining US Treasury yields supporting recent issuance.
Asia's debut green borrower becomes the first to tap the market in 2016 and the only corporate credit globally to brave the dollar-denominated debt markets on Tuesday.
Chinese rolling stock manufacturer ignores volatile markets to complete debut convertible bond offering exactly one week after an industry peer.