How Gaw Capital aims to profit from Asian property distress

How Gaw Capital aims to profit from Asian property distress

The firm is raising $2 billion just as property prices begin slipping. It aims to buy buildings cheaply from distressed sellers and find fixer-uppers to continue delivering outsized returns.
Urgent refinancing needs have driven Fantasia and Greenland to sell US dollar bonds. But with the coupon on Fantasia’s paper at 15%, they are having to pay up for the ...
Taiwan computer and electronic deals hit $14.3 billion this, up 96% from this time last year.
Noble Group’s existence hangs in the balance as it seeks approval from a Bermuda court to restructure $3.5 billion of debt.
China’s dominant music distributor had hoped to overtake Spotify with its $1.1 billion New York IPO. But for now, Tencent Music still lags its main international rival.
Bagging $400 million within five months, it is increasingly convincing for Luckin Coffee to call itself a challenger to Starbucks in China.

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As the spectre of rising interest rates looms, which Asian economy offers the best opportunity for distressed debt investors?





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China
  35%
 
India
  17%
 
Japan
  14%
 
Indonesia
  22%
 
Another emerging market
  12%

 

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