Awards: South Korea’s deal of the year
Shinhan became the first bank in Korea to build its own fixed-rate mortgage franchise and consequently the first bank to issue a fixed-rate RMBS. The deal enabled it to meet its business needs despite appalling credit markets.
Shinhan Bank’s US$770 million residential mortgage-backed securities
Joint book-runners: BNP Paribas, HSBC
Korea’s voracious bank and corporate borrowers ensured that there was no lack of international bond issues from the country, even amid a very poor year for international bond markets. But Shinhan Bank’s foray into the residential mortgage-backed
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