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  • China property flurry continues with four new bonds

    China property flurry continues with four new bonds

    Four Chinese high yield property companies had the dollar market to themselves on Monday as a public holiday in the US kept other Asian issuers at bay. But the borrowers raised just modest amounts to tackle some of their refinancing needs.

  • Six brokerages win top interbank underwriting licence

    Six brokerages win top interbank underwriting licence

    The National Association of Financial Market Institutional Investors (Nafmii) has for the first time in eight years handed out lead underwriting licences to securities houses — a move that will help them step up further in China’s Rmb102tr ($15.7tr) interbank bond market.

  • Bryson hire reveals SMBC Nikko's capital markets ambitions

    Bryson hire reveals SMBC Nikko's capital markets ambitions

    SMBC Nikko wants to grow its capital markets and advisory business in EMEA, which is smaller than its parent’s heft in the loan market. It has hired Anthony Bryson, a former NatWest Markets and BNP Paribas banker, to lead the push.

  • Chinese borrowers keep up bond flow

    Chinese borrowers keep up bond flow

    Chinese companies were undeterred from selling bonds last Friday, usually a quiet day of the week for deal flow, with four borrowers raising funds.

  • Asset owners to attempt daring, immediate emission cuts

    Asset owners to attempt daring, immediate emission cuts

    One of the boldest initiatives to green the financial system is getting under way this year, as the members of the Net Zero Asset Owner Alliance begin a drive to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of entities they invest in by between 16% and 29% in the next five years.

  • Everbright Water seals Rmb1bn Panda

    Everbright Water seals Rmb1bn Panda

    Frequent Panda bond issuer China Everbright Water priced a three year deal on Thursday, meeting its maximum size target of Rmb1bn ($155m).

  • VW makes swift dim sum comeback

    VW makes swift dim sum comeback

    German automaker Volkswagen sold a Rmb500m ($77m) offshore renminbi (CNH) bond on Thursday, just one-and-a-half months after its last outing in the currency.

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