Woori, Shinhan and Hyundai Motor presage new Korean deluge

Korea''s second and third largest banks launch roadshows for their latest debt financings.

Leading what is expected to be an extremely active autumn pipeline from Korea, Woori, Shinhan and possibly the Korea Development Bank are hoping to raise up to $1.75 billion within the next week.

Woori Bank seems likely to price first as it launches short roadshows today Friday in Singapore for a $300 million to $500 million senior deal. Presentations will continue in Hong Kong on Monday and London on Tuesday, with pricing tentatively scheduled for later the same day.

The deal will have a five-year maturity and under the lead management of ABN AMRO and Merrill Lynch, the Baa2BBB- rated bank is said to be hoping to maximise proceeds....

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