Opinion: Hibor dislocation gives banks more reason to cease lending

Hong Kong’s interbank market tracks its counterpart in the US, reflecting the peg of the local currency to the US dollar. But rising loans threaten a dislocation between Hibor and Libor rates — and banks should take a cautious approach to their lending for the rest of the year.

  • 02 Nov 2011
The Hong Kong dollar has been pegged against the US dollar since October 1983, after it hit an all-time low in the wake of speculation about the region’s eventual transition from British to Chinese control. That has taken the most basic tool of monetary policy — the setting ...

Please take a trial or subscribe to access this content.

Contact our subscriptions team to discuss your access: subs@globalcapital.com

Corporate access

To discuss GlobalCapital access for your entire department or company please contact our subscriptions sales team at: subs@globalcapital.com or find out more online here.

GlobalCapital European securitization league table

Rank Lead Manager/Arranger Total Volume $m No. of Deals Share % by Volume
1 Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) 4,755 19 11.75
2 Citi 4,288 14 10.60
3 Rabobank 2,633 4 6.51
4 Goldman Sachs 2,615 4 6.46
5 Barclays 2,603 8 6.43

Bookrunners of Global Structured Finance

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 24 Jul 2017
1 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 57,945.74 181 12.35%
2 Citi 57,243.86 174 12.20%
3 Wells Fargo Securities 48,214.86 152 10.28%
4 JPMorgan 33,301.70 114 7.10%
5 Credit Suisse 25,010.27 80 5.33%