ANZ believes Vietnam’s bond flow will rise
The Australian bank has just priced Vietnam’s first unsecured floating rate corporate bond deal of the year, and believes that more bond issuance could follow. Reuben Tucker, ANZ’s regional head of debt capital markets, shares his outlook with asiamoney.com.
ANZ is on the lookout to arrange more domestic bonds in Vietnam after pricing the country’s first unsecured floating rate corporate issue yesterday (July 26).
ANZ was the sole bookrunner for the three-year VND800 billion (US$42 million) bond offering for Hoa Phat Group, a Vietnamese manufacturing and trading company. The
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