Chien Mi Wong

Chien Mi Wong is a G3 fixed income reporter at FinanceAsia. Prior to joining Haymarket, she was an associate reporter at capital markets publication Asiamoney covering North Asia fixed income and cash management, also based in Hong Kong. She had her first taste of financial journalism at Bloomberg, where she was an emerging market bonds and foreign exchange print news intern based in Singapore. A Malaysian national, Chien holds a Masters of Journalism from Hong Kong University and a BSc in Economics and Finance from Bristol University, UK. Chien can be contacted at chienmi.wong@haymarket.asia.

  • Chinese debut bond deals gather pace

    Chinese debut bond deals gather pace

    SOE Binhai Investment is out with a maiden dollar bond while energy firm Kunlun Energy begins investor meetings for a potential greenback offering.

  • Reliance connects investors with $300m bond

    Reliance connects investors with $300m bond

    The telecommunications arm of conglomerate Reliance is out with a debut dollar bond, India’s first international high-yield corporate debt issuance in nearly two months.

  •  Asian dollar bonds; from zero to trio

    Asian dollar bonds; from zero to trio

    After a dismal Wednesday, Chinese developer Jingrui Holdings, Indonesian ports operator Perlindo, and Korean energy firm Korea Resources collectively raise $2.1b worth of bonds.

  • Sinopec seals landmark $6.4b bond

    Sinopec seals landmark $6.4b bond

    State-owned oil refiner raises Asia’s largest dual-currency bond, pricing the bonds at competitive levels.

  • Lucror dubs Bumi Serpong bonds "un-investable"

    Lucror dubs Bumi Serpong bonds "un-investable"

    The Indonesian developer prices a debut dollar offering but credit research firm Lucror Analytics questions the legality of the instrument.

  • China Cinda sells blockbuster $3b bond

    China Cinda sells blockbuster $3b bond

    State-backed bad debt managment firm keeps the multi-tranche fad alive, raising its second mammoth dual-tranche bond in less than a year.

  • Rolta’s bonds tank on short-seller report

    Rolta’s bonds tank on short-seller report

    Bonds of the Mumbai-based software developer plunge to record low after Glaucus Research issues report urging investors to sell. Rolta swiftly gave a strong rebuttal.

  • Malaysia ends four-year hiatus with $1.5b sukuk

    Malaysia ends four-year hiatus with $1.5b sukuk

    The Southeast Asian sovereign extends its debt maturity profile with a 10- and 30-year sukuk, despite looming risks of a potential credit downgrade.

  • Mainland developer ends junk bond drought

    Mainland developer ends junk bond drought

    Central China Real Estate sells Asia's first junk bond for a month as concerns around the near-collapse of Kaisa recede and as cash-rich investors put money back to work.

  • Asia's IG market reopens with triple helping

    Asia's IG market reopens with triple helping

    China Communications Construction, Formosa Plastics, and Haitong International collectively raise nearly $2.8 billion worth of dollar-denominated bonds.

  • Bond gateway to China reopens

    Bond gateway to China reopens

    China Communications Construction, Yuexiu Transport embark on roadshows as sentiment for mainland Chinese names improve thanks to a new wave of government support.

  • India's bond market reforms face reversal

    India's bond market reforms face reversal

    Foreign bond investors face up to $8 billion in new and retroactive taxes; potentially reversing Modi's efforts to attract investment in fixed income markets.

  • Grand China Air debuts $300m bond

    Grand China Air debuts $300m bond

    Thanks to reverse inquiries from investors, the airline company is out with an unrated maiden US dollar bond just five months after its Singapore dollar debut.

  • HK Telecom wires up $500m bond

    HK Telecom wires up $500m bond

    Hong Kong’s biggest telecommunications company looks to extend its debt-maturity profile and cut overall funding costs with its latest bond offering.

  • StanChart debuts $2b bank capital hybrid

    StanChart debuts $2b bank capital hybrid

    The British bank is the latest institution to raise an inaugural additional tier-1 note, obtaining a whopping orderbook size of $22 billion from global accounts.

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