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Friday, 10th February 2006
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Kexim breaks another record
Quasi sovereign brings Korea’s first offshore debt deal of 2006.

MetroBank launches first Philippine hybrid debt deal
Philippine domestic bank to issue hybrid tier 1 deal to bolster capital under new accounting standards.

Loan week
A round-up of all the latest loans.

Swiss Re issues first Australian catastrophe bond
The insurance company bundles $100 million of earthquake and cyclone exposures into variable rate notes issued in the US.

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Nine Dragons Paper seeks IPO to fund aggressive expansion
China's largest container board manufacturer targets $400 million.

Panacea Biotec brings unique Indian CB
Pharma company brings unusual structured CB.

Credit Suisse wins advisory role on Snowy Hydro
With a mandate to pick joint lead managers for the A$3 billion float due by mid-2006 – the largest IPO in Australia’s pipeline.

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Three nights in Bangkok and the world's your oyster
Jeremy Amias, Citigroup's global head of fixed income for Asia Pacific, discusses the bank's recent debt capital markets conference and his outlook for Asia's local and international issunace.

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