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 issuance.
As one of the only banks in Asia to have a Yen, Dollar and Euro business, what are you expecting from the G3 market in the year ahead

In Asia, there are so many structural features underpinning the market that I think movements in US interest rates are less of an issue for the region. As such it should be another healthy year after last yearÆs $50 billion in issuance.

In terms of the currency mix, around this time last year, there was a lot of noise about the prospective increase in euro issuance. In my eyes, euro issuance in Asia may grow somewhat, but I donÆt see it as something that you can hang...
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