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Tuesday, 23 July 2019

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  • Singapore reviews REIT gearing

    People & Markets | 05 July 2019

    Singapore is considering a relaxation of the 45% gearing limit on locally listed real estate investment trusts to give them more flexibility to acquire assets.

  • MOVES-CGIF appoints Sun Guiying as new CEO

    MOVES-CGIF appoints Sun Guiying as new CEO

    Ticker | 13 June 2019

    Credit Guarantee and Investment Facility, an Asian Development Bank trust fund, has appointed Sun Guiying as its new chief executive officer.

  • Credit Suisse gets PB treatment

    Bonds | 31 May 2019

    Credit Suisse Group, rated Baa2/A–/BBB+, last week made significant savings on funding costs with an eagerly received sale of S$750m (US$542.4m) perpetual non-call five bonds, its first ever deal in Singapore.

  • Credit Suisse endures tough Q1

    Credit Suisse makes savings with debut Singapore perp issue

    Ticker | 30 May 2019

    Credit Suisse Group, rated Baa2/A–/BBB+, made significant savings on funding costs with an eagerly received sale of S$750m (US$542.4m) perpetual non-call five bonds, its first ever deal in Singapore.

  • SocGen capitalises on Singapore savings

    SG capitalises on Singapore savings

    Bonds | 12 April 2019

    Societe Generale sold its first bank capital deal of the year to a rousing reception in Singapore, burnishing the island state’s reputation as the go-to place for global banks looking to sell subordinated paper.

  • Thai banks agree US$4.5bn merger

    People & Markets | 01 March 2019

    TMB Bank and Thanachart Bank have agreed to merge in a deal worth up to Bt140bn (US$4.45bn) that will create Thailand’s sixth-largest banking group.

  • UBS

    UBS saves costs in Singapore

    Bonds | 16 November 2018

    UBS boosted Singapore’s reputation as the go-to venue for competitive bank capital, after it achieved significant savings from its first Additional Tier 1 offering in any Asian currency.

  • Green bonds wilt after solar delay

    Emerging Markets | 09 November 2018

    A severe delay in the completion of Quantum Solar Park Semenanjung’s power projects is casting a shadow over Malaysia’s Green finance ambitions.

  • Thailand takes the wheel on blockchain

    People & Markets | 12 October 2018

    Thailand is leading the charge in Asia to adopt blockchain technology in its debt market, which promises to speed up bond settlement and delivery, and cut costs.

  • Malaysian fans hold placards during their soccer match against Singapore in Kuala Lumpur

    HSBC Amanah blazes trail in SDG sukuk

    Ticker | 26 September 2018

    HSBC Amanah Malaysia is leading the charge for sustainable development goals in the Islamic bond market with the sale of M$500m (US$122.5m) of five-year sukuk that are aligned with United Nation’s SDG principles.

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