What is happening to the Asian bid for European paper?

Nomura's Benedict Nielsen discusses the development of the Asian bid.
Benedict Nielsen

As Asia’s share of the global economy and private capital continues to increase, it is no surprise that international borrowers are keen to build relationships with the region’s institutional and private investors. Increasingly, European borrowers are targeting Asian investors when selling their bonds.

Benedict Nielsen, co-head of syndicate for Asia ex-Japan and head of DCM and syndicate for Europe, Middle East and Africa at Nomura, who is in Hong Kong to coincide with Nomura’s financial institutions group conference, discusses the development of the Asian bid.

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