Daniel Stanton is head of Asian credit at IFR and is based in Singapore, where he has been reporting on capital markets since 2009. He has previously worked in Dubai, London and Pontypridd. He can be found tweeting at @IFRstanton.
Lippo Karawaci’s offshore bonds sold off after Indonesia’s anti-corruption agency said that company officials had been detained in connection with an alleged bribery case.
Development Bank of Mongolia drew a blowout book for its first offshore bond offering without a government guarantee, reflecting solid investor confidence in the country’s economic reforms.
South Korea is set to renew its corporate restructuring law for a further five years, with the introduction of some new features, but the changes fall short of the overhaul some had hoped for.