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Tuesday, 12 December 2017

John Weavers' s stories

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  • Australia sets ABS record

    Australia sets ABS record

    Structured Finance | 13 October 2017

    Australia has set a post-global financial crisis high for asset-backed securities after last week’s RMBS sales from Heritage Bank and Citigroup took year-to-date issuance to A$30.9bn (US$24.0bn), exceeding 2014’s previous annual record of A$30.8bn.

  • Australia readies record tender

    Bonds | 06 October 2017

    The Australian Office of Financial Management is set for its largest Treasury bond tender with a A$3.5bn (US$2.75bn) offer that will establish a new five-year sovereign benchmark.

  • A sign for the 'Deutsche Bahn' building is pictured near main train station in Erfurt, Germany.

    Deutsche Bahn broadens Kangaroo market

    Bonds | 22 September 2017

    Deutsche Bahn pushed this year’s record tally of Australian corporate bond offerings further down the track on Thursday with a A$600m (US$480m) Kangaroo debut, the biggest so far for a European corporate issuer.

  • Shoppers walk past the logo for Westpac Banking Corp, Australia's second-biggest bank by market value, in central Sydney, Australia.

    Westpac goes Global for AT1 boost

    Bonds | 15 September 2017

    Westpac Banking Corp took full advantage of global appetite for high-yielding assets last Tuesday to raise US$1.25bn of Additional Tier 1 capital on better terms than available in its Australian home market.

  • Westpac

    Westpac goes global for AT1 boost

    Ticker | 13 September 2017

    Westpac Banking Corp took full advantage of global appetite for high-yielding assets on Tuesday to raise US$1.25bn of Additional Tier 1 capital on better terms than are available in its Australian home market.

  • Aussie corporates tap offshore demand

    Bonds | 08 September 2017

    Australian companies reaffirmed the allure of the offshore markets for long-term funding over the past week, despite signs that domestic investors are growing more interested in corporate credit.

  • A man and power lines are reflected in a Telstra poster adorning a public telephone in Sydney, Australia.

    Telstra's A$5.5bn ABS plans crumble

    Top News | 01 September 2017

    Telstra’s funding programme took a A$5.5bn (US$4.4bn) hit last week when Australia’s largest telecoms company was forced to scrap plans for a securitisation of revenues from the government’s National Broadband Network.

  • Market raises glass to AB InBev

    AB InBev cheers Aussie market

    Top News | 25 August 2017

    Global beer giant Anheuser-Busch InBev quenched Australia’s growing thirst for high-quality corporate debt last week with a A$1.95bn (US$1.54bn) four-tranche bond issue, the third-biggest in the Australian dollar market.

  • Kiwibank wins capital reversal

    Bonds | 18 August 2017

    Kiwibank has had reversed a central bank ruling that struck out NZ$250m (US$181m) of its regulatory capital.

  • New Zealand questions AT1 format

    People & Markets | 18 August 2017

    New Zealand’s central bank has issued a stinging critique of Additional Tier 1 capital, casting doubt over the value of a product designed to safeguard the global financial system.