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  • Yuzhou ticks all boxes with Single B blockbuster

    Bonds | 19 October 2012

    Yuzhou Properties confirmed last Wednesday that the high-yield market is as open for business as it ever has been with a US$250m five-year non-call three bond issue that set a new high-water mark for Single B credits.

  • Yuexiu keeps China real-estate flag flying

    Emerging Markets | 18 January 2013

    Yuexiu Property priced a US$850m dual-tranche Reg S bond in the year’s first issue from a Chinese state-owned enterprise. It was also the first in a two-tranche format and the biggest trade from a Chinese issuer yet in 2013.

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    Yen bonds just the ticket for Asia

    People & Markets | 17 April 2015

    Asian issuers should be targeting Japanese buyers

  • Yen Bond: Rabobank’s ¥101.5bn four-part Samurai bond

    All Special Reports | 13 December 2013

    The Samurai market faced some notable challenges in 2013: a less than benign basis swap from yen into US dollars and the rate uncertainty surrounding Abenomics and the Bank of Japan’s quantitative easing programme. If that weren’t enough, credit spreads were near the all-time lows seen just before the 2007-08 financial crisis, something which was a deterrent for investors.

  • Moving on up

    Yen Bond House: SMBC Nikko

    All Special Reports | 13 December 2013

    The yen bond market operated against a backdrop of extreme uncertainty in 2013 thanks to a major policy shift at the Bank of Japan and an unfavourable basis swap which crimped Samurai issuance. For negotiating this backdrop, showing leadership and consolidating its franchise, SMBC Nikko is IFR’s Yen Bond House of the Year.  SMBC Nikko emerged from the acquisition by SMBC of Nikko Cordiale Securities from Nikko Citigroup in late 2009, renaming itself under its pres

  • Jonathan Rogers

    Year of the Horse, or of the Black Swan?

    Capital City | 07 February 2014

    All signs point to an explosive year ahead for Asia, says Jonathan Rogers.

  • Jonathan Rogers

    Writing off Vietnam may be expensive

    Capital City | 01 November 2013

    The biggest dollar bond from the country deserves a second look, says IFR Asia’s Jonathan Rogers.

  • With style and panache

    With style and panache

    All Special Reports | 18 May 2012

    It would be no exaggeration to describe the Export-Import Bank of Korea as Asia’s star issuer. No other issuer from ex-Australia, ex-Japan Asia prints as much in the offshore bond markets annually as Kexim, nor across a wider breadth of currencies or with as consistent a record of superlatives, be it for size or canny and often daring timing.

  • IFR Chief Analyst Jonathan Rogers

    Why the Dim Sum feast will turn to famine

    People & Markets | 02 December 2011

    A HONG KONG-based syndicate head told me he had last week soft-sounded two potential Dim Sum primary deals – for an Asian financial institution and an offshore corporate – and had met such a dismal response from investors that any thought of issuing h

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    Why is Singapore running for cover?

    People & Markets | 26 June 2015

    Covered bonds will help Asian lenders prepare for the next financial crisis.

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