Equity kicker pays off for Neo-China in $400m bond

Neo-China Group, the Hong Kong-listed Chinese property developer, left other bond issuers waiting on the beach this week as it launched bravely into a choppy market with a $400m seven year bond.

  • 13 Jul 2007

Lead managers Bank of China International and Deutsche Bank launched the deal in New York trading hours yesterday (Thursday), surprising many observers who had predicted that the B1/B+ rated bond would struggle to attract orders in an uncertain market.

Instead, the bond stands out as one of the ...

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