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Saturday, 24 February 2018

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  • HNA downgrades mount as managers pledge support

    Emerging Markets | 16 February 2018

    HNA Group said on February 14 that some of its directors and top executives had purchased offshore US dollar bonds guaranteed by the company, as it continues to try to reassure investors about its stretched finances.

  • India redraws debt workout rules

    People & Markets | 16 February 2018

    India’s central bank has torn up its rule book on debt restructurings in favour of a standardised approach that gives major defaulters just six months to agree terms with their bank creditors.

  • Volatility sidelines Asian issuers

    Emerging Markets | 09 February 2018

    Global volatility meant only a handful of Asian issuers dared brave the offshore bond market last week, and those that did had to pay up.

  • Singapore says more covered bonds, please!

    People & Markets | 09 February 2018

    Singapore’s major banks have repeated calls for a relaxation of the cap on covered bond issuance to promote the development of a local market for senior secured bonds.

  • Singapore

    Singapore banks call for easing of covered bond limits

    Ticker | 06 February 2018

    Singapore’s major banks have repeated calls for the regulator to raise the amount of covered bonds they can issue, speaking on Tuesday at the Euromoney/European Covered Bond Council Asian Covered Bond Forum in Singapore.

  • The company logo of Noble Group is seen at its headquarters in Hong Kong.

    Noble reveals workout plan

    Top News | 02 February 2018

    Noble Group revealed the terms of its proposed restructuring last Monday, confirming that creditors are in line for heavy losses on more than US$3bn of outstanding debt.

  • QNB diversifies with first Kangaroo

    Emerging Markets | 26 January 2018

    Qatar National Bank broke new ground last week with the country’s first Kangaroo bond, as Qatari issuers look to tap new pools of funding against the backdrop of a continued blockade by their Gulf neighbours.

  • A security guard walks past a directory board of Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) in Hong Kong.

    Hong Kong outlines bail-in rules

    People & Markets | 26 January 2018

    Hong Kong has moved closer to being the first Asian jurisdiction outside Japan to introduce rules for loss-absorbing capacity, laying out proposals that the regulator expects to trigger US$17bn of refinancings from the city’s banks.

  • Qatar National Bank headquarters

    QNB expands investor base to Australia

    Ticker | 25 January 2018

    Qatar National Bank broke new ground with the first Kangaroo issue from Qatar, as issuers from the country look to tap new pools of funding against the backdrop of a continued blockade by their Gulf neighbours.

  • US tax reform lifts Chinese bonds

    US tax reform lifts Chinese bonds

    Top News | 19 January 2018

    China achieved a rare feat last week as one of its US dollar-denominated sovereign bonds was quoted inside US Treasuries, thanks mainly to a rise in US rates after December’s tax reform legislation.

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