Fantasia raises $250m, as bankers see limited supply

Fantasia Holdings Group raised $250m on Thursday, marking the Chinese developer’s return to the international bond market after its debut two years ago. The deal received strong demand, but bankers are sceptical there will be much more supply from the sector.

  • 21 Sep 2012
Fantasia priced the five year bond at 99.472 to yield 13.9%, the lower end of price indication that went up to 14.1%. But the bond offered a yield pick-up of as much as 170bp over the secondary prices of rival Kaisa Group Holdings’ $250m September 2017 bond, said ...

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