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Thursday, 19 October 2017

Spencer Anderson' s stories

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  • Bank of China sign

    Bank of China prices world's largest Green bond

    Ticker | 06 July 2016

    Bank of China issued the world’s largest Green bond across three tranches, effectively reopening an Asian bond market that was shrouded by concerns over the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union.

  • China has US$1trn TLAC problem

    Emerging Markets | 24 June 2016

    China’s big four banks may struggle to meet an estimated capital requirement of US$1trn, the world’s largest shortfall in total loss-absorbing capacity, as this kind of paper will prove a tough sell for onshore investors.

  • China: ABCL pays up in wobbly market

    Emerging Markets | 17 June 2016

    ABC Leasing Glory Capital paid up in the face of a wobbly market, flooded with deals from leasing companies, but bankers praised it for printing ahead of what could be a volatile two weeks.

  • Indonesia's Hotman sizzles on resources debt

    People & Markets | 10 June 2016

    Celebrity lawyer Hotman Paris Hutapea is so confident in his interpretation of Indonesian debt regulations that he is willing to hand over a US$300,000 supercar to any foreign lawyer ready to argue against him.

  • The Apple logo is seen against the reflection of Taiwan's landmark building Taipei 101

    Apple prints US$1.377bn 30-year Formosa

    Capital City | 08 June 2016

    Issue size raised on the back of strong demand

  • Euro funding falls flat in Asia

    Emerging Markets | 03 June 2016

    Asian issuers scaled back euro-denominated bond sales in May, surprising many in the market who had expected more financings in the single currency after a record month in April.

  • Fed chatter jolts primary market

    Emerging Markets | 27 May 2016

    Asian credit markets roared back to life last week as issuers rushed out offerings of G3 bonds ahead of the US Federal Reserve’s next policy meeting.

  • Three Gorges sees big response

    Emerging Markets | 27 May 2016

    China Three Gorges Corp encountered a strong investor response on its return to the US dollar bond market, despite pricing inside its existing curve.

  • Kexim jumbo dodges Fed shock

    Emerging Markets | 20 May 2016

    The Export-Import Bank of Korea last week printed a US$2.5bn bond, its largest on record, with perfect timing just ahead of hawkish comments from Federal Reserve policymakers.

  • State Grid fires up euro push

    Emerging Markets | 13 May 2016

    State Grid Overseas Investment adopted tight pricing on a multi-tranche offering of US dollar and euro bonds, but unlike recent prints from Chinese state-owned enterprises, investor demand was strong and persisted in the secondary markets.