Asia bond watchbox: Vinacomin

State-owned Vietnam National Coal-Mineral Industry (Vinacomin) wants to raise as much as $500m in the international bond market on Monday, braving conditions that caused two high-yield borrowers to postpone their own issues last week. Rival bankers expect the rarity of Vietnamese credits will help the deal generate demand, and pave the way for more supply next week. Read on for a list of pending deals.  

  • 21 Nov 2010

Issuer

Status

Amount/Cur

Maturity

Bookrunners

Vinacomin

Mandated

$300m-$500m

10yr

ANZ, CACIB, Citi

Vietnamese power company. Hopes to price bond on Nov 22.

SBI

Mandated

Eu

BarCap, BNPP. CA, DB, SC, UBS

Euro deal, the bank’s first benchmark issue in the market. Started meetings Nov 17 (Weds)

UBI

Rumoured

Sfr

Roadshows begin Nov 18 (Thurs)

HK Electric

Rumoured

HSBC, RBS, SCB

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