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Sunday, 22 July 2018

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  • An Aboriginal man plays a traditional musical instrument called a didgeridoo as he performs a "Welcome to Country" ceremony in front of the Sydney Opera House.

    Green loans set to grow

    Loans | 25 May 2018

    Australia’s Green loan market is poised to grow as the economy transitions away from fossil fuel investments, but bankers are concerned that borrowers could be overstating, or “greenwashing”, their environmental credentials.

  • A pedestrian stands next to a medical diagnostic imaging center for Australia's I-MED Radiology Network, Australia's biggest X-ray provider, located in northern Sydney in Australia.

    I-Med buyout loan lures funds

    Loans | 18 May 2018

    Asian banks and institutional investors ended up with much less of I-Med’s A$690m (US$519m) buyout loan than they expected following a strong response to the deal, underlining the growing appetite for high-yielding financings in the region.

  • Kestrel duo eye lower funding cost

    Loans | 04 May 2018

    The US$1.7bn financing for Indonesia’s Adaro Energy and Australian private equity firm EMR Capital’s acquisition of Rio Tinto’s Kestrel coking coal mine could include a larger portion of the project loan if syndication goes well, market sources familiar with the situation said.

  • RBC

    MOVES-RBC beefs up Australian unit

    Ticker | 02 May 2018

    RBC Capital Markets has hired two bankers in Sydney as part of a push into leveraged finance.

  • Return to Oz

    People & Markets | 27 April 2018

    Barclays has reopened an office in Sydney, just over two years after it closed its operations in Australia.

  • Barclays

    MOVES-Barclays resumes operations in Australia

    Ticker | 26 April 2018

    British lender Barclays has reopened an office in Sydney, slightly over two years after it shuttered operations in Australia.

  • The logo of PT Adaro Energy as seen at PT Adaro Energy headquarters in Jakarta, Indonesia.

    Kestrel coal M&A loan fires up lenders

    Top News | 20 April 2018

    Australia’s EMR Capital and Indonesia’s top coal producer Adaro Energy are borrowing US$2.1bn in underwritten loans to acquire Rio Tinto’s Kestrel coking coal mine in Queensland, underscoring strong lender appetite for good quality coking coal assets.

  • A sign for Santos Ltd, Australia's No. 2 independent gas producer, is displayed on the front of the company's office building in the rural township of Gunnedah.

    Santos buyout preps jumbo debt

    Top News | 06 April 2018

    JP Morgan and Morgan Stanley are underwriting a US$7.75bn senior debt financing backing the leveraged buyout of Australian oil and gas producer Santos that will set a record for LBO and related debt financing in Asia Pacific.

  • Indian billionaire Gautam Adani speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad.

    Adani rethinks Abbot Point options

    Loans | 09 March 2018

    India’s Adani Enterprises is looking at new options to refinance debt for its coal terminal in Australia, after struggling to attract lenders wary of its controversial Carmichael mine project.

  • Sydney water plant targets Japanese liquidity

    Loans | 02 March 2018

    The sponsors of the storm-damaged Sydney Desalination Plant are tapping Japanese appetite for infrastructure assets with a loan of A$500m-equivalent (US$393m), following the successful foray of peer AquaSure last year.

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