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.
KEB Hana executes offshore bond in difficult markets as selling wave pushes credit wider, while Province of British Columbia launches a debut Panda bond.
The deal brings together two companies that are the second-largest players in their respective home markets.
The US bank has appointed Elif Bilgi Zapparoli as co-head of Asia Pacific global corporate and investment banking alongside Jiro Seguchi
Ping An, China Energy Reserve & Chemicals Group and Woori Bank join Evergrande Real Estate in a busy week for international bonds by Asian borrowers.
Traditional New Year policy bank deal achieves warm reception as market shrugs off North Korean nuclear bomb test.
The Shanghai-based securities firm is gearing up for a Hong Kong share sale, joining the race for capital among Chinese brokerage firms.
The Republic tops and tails 2015 with split 10 and 30-year dollar bonds, which show just what a difference a year can make to investor sentiment.
Unusual credit-enhanced deal from Korea kicks off the week's new issue calendar alongside the second three-year deal by an ICBC branch within the space of a month.
Thailand’s state-owned energy giant sold a 30.6% shareholding for $315 million, while Star Petroleum raised a further $50 million from the sale of new shares.
The Hong Kong property group returns to the US dollar bond market with a seven-year offering.
Chinese property developer becomes the third company in as many weeks to access the international bond markets.
Food and beverage group prices low amid strong price sensitivity shown by institutional investors, partly due to market turbulence.
The deal would be the second-largest privatisation of a US-listed Chinese company and could pave the way for a relisting in China or Hong Kong if completed.
PTT is looking to offload its stake after it was accused of monopolising Thaliand's refinery business by taking controlling stakes in major refining companies.
The Jiangsu-based developer becomes the country's first high-yield issuer in three months, while ICBC executes a $1 billion deal.
Chinese food and beverage manufacturer launches Hong Kong flotation as several companies prepare listings that break diet of issues from the financial services sector.
Chinese leasing company attracts a large order book despite pricing through secondary market levels.
Korean policy bank returns to the dollar bond market backed by a supersized order book.