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Thursday, 19 October 2017

Sudip Roy' s stories

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  • Yapi Kredi Bank branch

    Yapi reopens sub debt market

    Top News | 04 March 2016

    Yapi Kredi surprised the bank capital market last week when it became the first EMEA lender to issue subordinated debt in nearly two months after a rout in the Additional Tier 1 sector brought issuance to a halt.

  • Goldman Sachs logo

    Goldman's about-turn on Russian RFP

    Top News | 04 March 2016

    The fallout from Russia’s RFP for a new Eurobond issue took a dramatic turn last week, after Goldman Sachs performed a volte-face on pitching for the deal.

  • Better late than never for Turkey

    Emerging Markets | 04 March 2016

    Turkey belatedly printed its first deal of the year last Wednesday, taking advantage of a thaw in primary market issuance.

  • Bahrain

    Bahrain surprises with revived trade

    Top News | 26 February 2016

    Bahrain resurrected the cancelled taps of its January 2021 and January 2026 bonds at the first opportunity last Tuesday, though it raised less than in the original reopening, and paid higher yields too.

  • Euros in vogue for SSA issuers

    Emerging Markets | 26 February 2016

    Top-notch issuers from the emerging markets are targeting the euro market as they seek to lock in low coupons and diversify their investor bases.

  • 'Many banks' give Russia bond wide berth

    Emerging Markets | 26 February 2016

    Russia plans to continue with its Eurobond issuance plans even though about half of the banks invited to participate declined to respond to an RFP, whose deadline passed on Wednesday.

  • Kuveyt Turk relies on leads

    Emerging Markets | 12 February 2016

    Kuveyt Turk defied a horror show in global equity and credit markets on Monday to print a Basel III compliant Tier 2 sukuk transaction.

  • Omantel cancellation shocks bankers

    Emerging Markets | 12 February 2016

    Bankers were left shocked last Wednesday after Omantel cancelled a US$130m-equivalent dual-tranche sukuk two weeks after the deal priced.

  • African Bank logo

    African Bank details restructuring offer

    Capital City | 04 February 2016

    South African consumer lender African Bank has announced details of an exchange offer as it restructures its liabilities.

  • Central European sovereigns switch dollars for euros

    Emerging Markets | 22 January 2016

    More Central European sovereigns are likely to follow Latvia’s lead in buying back their dollar debt and issuing euros to lock in cheaper funding costs.