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.
On the final day of our awards announcements, we reveal our regional house winners.
The Chinese steel heavyweight is potentially offloading its equity stake in China Construction Bank through an exchangeable bond structure in Hong Kong.
The deal comes as a relief to Malaysia’s scandal-hit fund which has to cut back $11 billion in debt and continues CGN's overseas expansion.
The Hong Kong property group returns to the US dollar bond market with a seven-year offering.
Busy day for Chinese investment grade issuers with deals from China Huarong Asset Management and China State Construction Engineering Corp.
The Jiangsu-based developer becomes the country's first high-yield issuer in three months, while ICBC executes a $1 billion deal.
The biggest foreign bank in China by assets has long sought a securities license in China and has lagged many of its peers. But maybe that’s no bad thing.
Two Chinese credits enter dollar and euro market as spreads remain stable following Fed comments hinting it may raise interest rates in December after all.
Strong order book allows sovereign to upsize bond as central bank governor tells FinanceAsia policy makers are preparing to take tough measures to improve tax collection.
Tightening secondary market spreads draw out the new issue pipeline with Beijing Automotive Group and Rizal Commercial Banking Corp executing deals in euros and dollars.
The distressed debt house's float is weak compared to peers, but the successful completion on the back of cornerstone commitments is key to Beijing's market liberalisation plans.
Chinese auto manufacturer opts for euros as it makes its international bond market debut.
China marks Xi Jinping's London visit with a new benchmark in the offshore yuan market.
China's central bank unveils landmark deal as it plans to tap the offshore bond market for the first time in its 67-year history.
China set to carve out a dominant role in the global green bond market.
China’s largest reinsurer drew a strong response from investors for its jumbo deal, which should raise investor expectations for upcoming Hong Kong IPOs.
Ten mainly Chinese state-backed cornerstone investors have committed $1.6 billion for approximately 70% of the shares on offer.
With the global roadshow kicking off this week, the offering is already fully covered thanks to strong Chinese SOE cornerstone support and a range of anchor investors.
China's second-largest lender sold Rmb1 billion worth of renminbi-denominated bonds in London, the first issue of its kind in almost two months.