Kexim keeps Singapore investors engaged with bond

Export-Import Bank of Korea decided to woo Singapore dollar bond investors with its latest debt deal, and not only expanded its relationships with local currency accounts but also offered them some welcome diversification.

  • By Addison Gong
  • 21 Sep 2017

Joint lead managers and joint bookrunners DBS and Standard Chartered opened books for the Reg S five year senior bond with final guidance of 55bp-60bp over the Singapore swap offer rate (SOR) on Wednesday morning.

Aa2/AA/AA- rated Kexim is no stranger to the Singapore dollar debt market, having last printed ...

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