Bonds

  • Fullerton takes orders for CGIF-backed S$ bond

    Fullerton Healthcare opened books on Wednesday for a dual-tranche Singapore dollar bond backed by the Credit Guarantee and Investment Facility. This would be the fifth transaction to be sold in the Lion City with an enhancement from CGIF.

    • 04:15 AM

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Comment

  • Asia needs a dose of EU scepticism

    Financial markets had something of a horror movie moment last week when the UK voted to leave the European Union. The reaction in Asia though has yo-yoed from panic to indifference in a matter of days, as markets quickly regained their composure. But this is a mistake — there is no going back to business as usual.

    • 28 Jun 2016
  • Don’t take low for an answer

    Several equity capital market transactions mooted by the Indian government have ruffled feathers recently, with the mandates for Cochin Shipyard and NMDC delayed due to disagreements on low fees. But the government isn’t the one to blame. If banks want an end to price undercutting, they need to take action.

    • 21 Jun 2016
  • China-MSCI stalemate: who’ll blink first?

    Much of the debate around MSCI’s decision to not add A-shares has focused on China’s need to reduce its capital controls. But with Beijing unlikely to let go of its reins anytime soon and MSCI strident in its need for reform, the two sides have reached an impossible impasse unless a compromise can be made.

    • 17 Jun 2016

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NEW! Panda Bonds Top Arrangers

Rank Arranger Total Volume Rmb (m) No. of Deals Share % by Volume
1 Agricultural Bank of China (ABC) 2,500 1 21.93
1 CITIC Securities 2,500 1 21.93
3 HSBC 1,500 1 13.16
3 Bank of China (BOC) 1,500 1 13.16
3 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) 1,500 1 13.16

Bookrunners of Asia-Pac (ex-Japan) ECM

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • Today
1 CITIC Securities 8,957.40 30 7.85%
2 Morgan Stanley 7,599.13 30 6.66%
3 Deutsche Bank 6,788.53 22 5.95%
4 GF Securities Co Ltd 6,710.89 26 5.88%
5 Huatai Securities Co Ltd 5,127.70 15 4.50%

Bookrunners of Asia Pacific (ex-Japan) G3 DCM

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • Today
1 HSBC 14,281.32 81 9.49%
2 Citi 13,125.29 60 8.72%
3 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 12,529.59 53 8.32%
4 JPMorgan 10,239.15 56 6.80%
5 Deutsche Bank 5,846.11 26 3.88%

Asian polls & awards

  • Asiamoney Best Domestic Bank Awards 2016: Results

    Asiamoney announces its selections for the best domestic banks and best domestic equity and debt houses across Asia for 2016. Our thanks to all those firms who took the time to submit their credentials, and our congratulations to the winners. The extended results will be available in the August edition of Asiamoney.

  • Five in a row for HSBC in Asiamoney Offshore RMB Poll

    Asiamoney’s Offshore RMB Poll handed victory to HSBC for the fifth year running in the survey’s largest outing yet, with Standard Chartered and BTMU runners up. The top three discuss their approach and expectations for RMB internationalisation in 2016. Lorraine Cushnie reports.

  • Offshore RMB poll: Ten questions for the RMB market

    For the second year running, our Offshore RMB Poll surveyed participants on some of the most important topics related to the renminbi’s globalisation. Around 1,600 responses were received — a 60% jump on last year — with those polled giving their views on subjects ranging from Panda bonds to currency depreciation. Lorraine Cushnie reports on the findings.

  • China Securitization Forum 2016: Winners

    GlobalCapital was one of the judges for the China Securitization Forum’s annual awards in April. Twenty transactions were given plaudits in credit and corporate asset securitization with six singled out as outstanding. We present the winners and photos from the event.

  • EFG dominates Asiamoney’s Private Banking Poll 2016

    EFG Bank reigns supreme in Asiamoney’s latest Private Banking Poll, as voted by high net worth individuals across Asia Pacific.