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Bonds

  • Insurance perps continue with Dai-ichi Life

    Dai-ichi Life is the latest Asian insurance company to tap the dollar market and has opened guidance on a new perpetual bond. It follows hard on the heels of Korean Re, which priced its debut bond on October 14.

    • 05:45 AM

Equities

  • Shengjing Bank pitches for HK listing

    China’s Shengjing Bank has filed a preliminary prospectus with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, with a banker close to the deal suggesting the deal could be for up to $1bn.

    • 07:45 AM

Loans

  • Bright Food $800m Tnuva club loan delayed

    Bright Food’s $800m club loan for its purchase Tnuva has been delayed as there is a reassessment of the valuation of the Israeli company after it reported a year on year decline in revenue for the second half of 2014.

    • 22 Oct 2014

People News

  • HSBC boosts Korean securities with new CEO

    HSBC has named Dojin Kim CEO of its Korean brokerage arm, HSBC Securities in Seoul. The former Goldman Sachs banker will also serve as the head of capital financing for Korea.

    • 22 Oct 2014

RMB

Comment

  • BoC's AT1: big but not that clever

    You’ve got to hand it to Bank of China. This week it priced the biggest Basel III bank capital deal ever, in what bankers are calling the worst market conditions since 2008. But while the deal was certainly one step forward for Bank of China, it looked like two steps back for the international capital markets.

    • 17 Oct 2014
  • Stop Ebola now – before it stops us

    Don’t switch off. Ebola may not have hit your P&L yet, but it’s going to, soon, and hard, whatever your job is. And look at the charts. The logic is inexorable: the longer we take to overcome the disease, the worse the cost will be – for the global economy and in human life. This is not about a few percentage points of GDP. Modern civilisation itself is at risk.

    • 14 Oct 2014
  • Time for investors to make up their mind about Asia tech

    Alibaba’s record breaking $25bn IPO was supposed to be the trigger that dispelled investor fears about Asian technology companies and opened to door to future listings. But as the volatility in such stocks has shown, investor sentiment in the sector is subject to wild swings. And that is hurting the IPO pipeline.

    • 14 Oct 2014
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Bookrunners of Asia-Pac (ex-Japan) ECM

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 22 Oct 2014
1 Goldman Sachs 17,342.11 70 8.45%
2 Morgan Stanley 13,055.54 71 6.36%
3 Citi 12,683.01 57 6.18%
4 Credit Suisse 11,972.64 81 5.84%
5 UBS 11,755.05 101 5.73%

Bookrunners of Asia Pacific (ex-Japan) G3 DCM

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
  • Last updated
  • 21 Oct 2014
1 Citi 23,325.00 125 0.00%
2 HSBC 23,038.52 149 0.00%
3 JPMorgan 19,600.38 109 0.00%
4 Bank of America Merrill Lynch 15,341.19 90 0.00%
5 Deutsche Bank 14,492.97 81 0.00%

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