Dim sum bonds

How to repatriate dim sum proceeds

Takeaways from the AsianInvestor/FinanceAsia debt investor forum: Towngas CFO gives advice on dim sum repatriation, while a Fidelity fund manager warns against loosening covenants.
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Participants at the AsianInvestorFinanceAsia second annual Asia-Pacific debt investor forum touched on a wide range of topics from the tight liquidity in mainland China to the challenges of repatriating funds in the dim sum market and concerns over the growing trend of loosening of bond covenants.

The conference held at the Grand Hyatt in Hong Kong last week drew executives from Country Garden, Kaisa, CLP Holdings, Hong Kong and China Gas Company, as well as investors, rating agencies and banks.

For the scores of companies out there aspiring to tap the dim sum market, John Hon-Ming Ho, the chief financial officer of Hong Kong...

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