Friday, 17 August 2018

Robert Hogg' s stories

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  • Bahraini flag

    Bahrain's bargain basement sukuk

    Top News | 29 March 2018

    Bahrain’s trade wilted under pressure from investors last week as the sovereign was forced to revise a potential triple-tranche bond offering by ditching the conventional tranches for a single Islamic note issue, which then came at a huge pick up over its outstanding sukuk.

  • Metinvest takes aim at debt pile

    Emerging Markets | 23 March 2018

    Ukraine metals and mining group Metinvest is seeking to refinance a significant chunk of a US$2.3bn debt pile that emerged following a restructuring last year.

  • DB

    MOVES-Deutsche Bank rejigs CEEMEA team

    Ticker | 20 March 2018

    Maryam Khosrowshahi has expanded her role at Deutsche Bank, after being appointed chairperson of supranational, sovereign and agencies origination, according to an internal memo seen by IFR.

  • Mozambique's national flag

    Exotix prepares for Mozambique revelations

    Ticker | 19 March 2018

    Exotix has published a preview of the presentation for commercial creditors which Mozambique is set to deliver tomorrow.

  • Russian flag

    Russia ignores turmoil to print US$4bn

    Top News | 16 March 2018

    Russia swept aside fears that crumbling political relations with the West could deter interest in a new deal as the sovereign raised US$4bn with a trade that flew out of the traps.

  • Gulf corporates seize moment in the sun

    Emerging Markets | 16 March 2018

    Gulf corporates took centre stage last week ahead of an expected spree from the region’s sovereigns, with a trio of issuers out in the market.

  • Saudi

    Saudi bond party heading to town

    Top News | 09 March 2018

    Saudi Arabia is mooted to return to the US dollar bond market soon, possibly as early as this week, with another big offering that is likely to consolidate the sovereign’s status as one of the most sought-after issuers.

  • Tight dual-currency bonds slip after pricing

    Emerging Markets | 09 March 2018

    Senegal took advantage of pent-up demand to issue a dual-currency bond at tight levels on Tuesday, but the US dollar tranche in particular struggled once notes were free to trade.

  • GMAC UK logo

    Clifden updates on hostile tender offer

    Ticker | 05 March 2018

    Clifden has withdrawn its tender offer for four tranches of the legacy non-conforming RMBS issued through the RMAC series, but intends to introduce make-whole provisions across eight of the outstanding series of notes for which 100% has been tendered.

  • Qatar National Bank headquarters

    Qatari banks find investor appetite in niches

    Top News | 02 March 2018

    Qatari banks are continuing to edge back into the capital markets, with both Qatar National Bank and Commercial Bank of Qatar raising fresh funds last Tuesday.