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Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and UBS are paying the most for analyst-level staff, according to salary benchmarking site Emolument.com.
China International Capital Corporate (CICC) has filed for its IPO in Hong Kong. It is a venerable name, but as Philippe Espinasse writes, its best days may be behind it.
China is expected to introduce incentives for green bond issuance as part of its efforts to push forward its developing green bond market. Singapore should do the same, if it wants to bring its sluggish bond market back to life.
China Merchants Holdings (International) Company has opened books on a dual tranche offering that could raise the firm as much as $700m.
Those watching Zambia bonds might think that the $1.25bn deal this week yielding 9.375% demonstrates a borrower on the ropes considering in 2012 it paid a coupon of 5.375% for its debut bond. In fact, this is a borrower showing smarts when the rest of the CEEMEA gang appear to have bottled it.