Saturday, 21 July 2018

Daniel Stanton' s stories

Sort by: Newest firstOldest firstA-ZZ-A

  • First project loan CLO hits Asia

    First project loan CLO hits Asia

    Top News | 20 July 2018

    Singapore’s Clifford Capital last week began marketing a groundbreaking securitisation of project finance loans, which aims to free up capital for banks and give institutional investors access to a new asset class.

  • A man walks outside a commercial building at the financial Central district in Hong Kong, China.

    Asia bond buyers play hardball

    Top News | 20 July 2018

    Some asset managers have resorted to a new trick to win concessions in Asia’s ailing US dollar bond market: holding new issues to ransom.

  • Workers sort a newly woven party flag ahead of the founding anniversary of Chinese Communist Party, at a workshop in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China.

    Foreign funds cool on Malaysia

    Top News | 29 June 2018

    Foreign investors are pulling out funds from Malaysia and hedging against widening credit spreads, with uncertainty over government policies driving sovereign credit default swaps to a one-year high.

  • China Huarong Asset Management

    China Huarong offshore return shows floater appeal

    Ticker | 27 June 2018

    China Huarong Asset Management, rated A3/A–/A, showed demand continues to be strong for floating-rate paper, as it priced a US$1.1bn triple-tranche US dollar senior unsecured bond offering.

  • The company logo of Noble Group is displayed at its office in Hong Kong, China.

    Noble digs deep to build support

    People & Markets | 22 June 2018

    Noble Group twice made concessions to groups of investors last week as it sought to broaden support for its restructuring plan, but it was forced to dip into its sparse cash reserves and add debt in the process.

  • Noble Group logo

    Goldilocks agrees to back sweetened Noble restructuring plan

    Ticker | 20 June 2018

    Noble Group has won the support of activist investor Goldilocks Investment for a revised restructuring plan, under which the struggling commodities trader will pay around US$10m to Goldilocks and one its affiliates.

  • South Korean President Moon Jae-in bids fairwell to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as he leaves after their summit at the truce village of Panmunjom, North Korea.

    Markets weigh Korean peace dividend

    Top News | 08 June 2018

    There are emerging markets, frontier markets, and there is North Korea.

  • Astrea IV opens up ABS to retail

    Structured Finance | 08 June 2018

    A unit of Temasek Holdings has priced Singapore’s first offering of asset-backed securities to include a retail investor component.

  • Temasek unit to offer retail ABS

    Structured Finance | 25 May 2018

    Temasek Holdings will give the Singaporean public the chance to invest in some of its private equity investments through a structured finance deal that has been 12 years in the making.

  • Malaysia's Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng speaks during a news conference in Putrajaya, Malaysia.

    Malaysia swallows bitter 1MDB pill

    Top News | 25 May 2018

    The new Malaysian government has agreed to honour the obligations of scandal-hit state investment vehicle 1Malaysia Development.

  • 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) billboard

    Malaysia says MoF serviced 1MDB debt

    Ticker | 23 May 2018

    Malaysia’s new Finance Minister said the country’s Ministry of Finance had been servicing 1Malaysia Development’s debt obligations since April 2017, and called for a closer look at its debt pile.

  • PLN sidesteps US Treasury spike

    Emerging Markets | 18 May 2018

    Indonesian power utility Perusahaan Listrik Negara, rated Baa2/BB/BBB, sold two long-dated tranches of US dollar bonds on Tuesday, even though the 10-year Treasury yield hit a seven-year high during bookbuilding.

  • Standard Chartered Bank headquartersin Hong Kong

    MOVES-StanChart's Asia bond syndicate head Li Chao resigns

    Ticker | 17 May 2018

    Li Chao, head of Asia bond syndicate at Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) has resigned to join a competitor.

  • A car entering the headquarters of Korea Development Bank is reflected in a KDB logo

    KDB Life prints first Korean high-yield hybrid

    Ticker | 15 May 2018

    KDB Life Insurance priced a US$200m hybrid at par to yield 7.5%, unchanged from initial guidance of 7.5% area, becoming the first Korean issuer to sell such instruments with a high-yield rating.

  • Security stands guard in front of NagaWorld casino in central Phnom Penh.

    Nagacorp opens new frontier for Asian bonds

    Ticker | 15 May 2018

    Nagacorp, which owns and operates the only integrated casino and hotel resort in Phnom Penh, has become the first Cambodian issuer of offshore bonds, overcoming a weak Asian high-yield market.

  • Vulnerable Indonesia hopes for Samurai return

    Emerging Markets | 11 May 2018

    The Republic of Indonesia has conducted meetings in April ahead of a possible return to the Samurai bond market, two sources said, just as global investors have cooled on Indonesian bonds in other currencies.

  • Mahathir Mohamad reacts during a news conference after general election

    Malaysia's election upset sends shockwaves through bond market

    Ticker | 10 May 2018

    Malaysian bonds tumbled this morning after a surprise win for the opposition unseated a government that has held power for more than six decades.

  • Nagacorp set for Cambodian debut

    Emerging Markets | 04 May 2018

    Nagacorp, which owns and operates the only integrated casino and hotel resort in Phnom Penh, is planning to become the first Cambodian issuer to sell offshore bonds.

  • Lippo Karawaci faces cash crunch

    Emerging Markets | 04 May 2018

    Indonesian property developer Lippo Karawaci faces a cash crunch after breaching a covenant in its dollar bonds, and might need to turn to one of its Singapore-listed REIT holdings to help raise funds.

  • Zurich eyes Australian dollar debut

    Bonds | 04 May 2018

    Zurich Insurance is preparing for a potential debut in the Australian bond market after announcing about A$4bn (US$3bn) of acquisitions in the country in the past two years.

Show  10 per page20 per page50 per page