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  • KEB Hana debut outing achieves stellar response

    KEB Hana debut outing achieves stellar response

    Korea’s KEB Hana Bank attracted a €2bn order book for its €500m debut covered bond on Tuesday, boosting hopes for an improvement in the secondary market performance of similar deals from South Korea that offer an outsized spread pick-up.

  • FIG banker Enns picked as Chubb CFO

    FIG banker Enns picked as Chubb CFO

    Peter Enns, most recently global co-head of advisory and investment banking coverage (AIBC) at HSBC, is set to be the next chief financial officer at insurer Chubb.

  • BOC Aviation flies with $400m bond

    BOC Aviation flies with $400m bond

    BOC Aviation followed Singapore Airlines into the bond market this week, bagging $400m amid a boost in sentiment around the travel industry.

  • Chinese banks battle for investor attention

    Chinese banks battle for investor attention

    Agricultural Bank of China and Shanghai Pudong Development Bank Co competed for investor orders on Monday. ABC, the bigger of the two and offering a green bond to the market, got more attention, while SPDB faced an uphill battle.

  • Huarong Leasing returns for $300m

    Huarong Leasing returns for $300m

    China Huarong Financial Leasing Co wooed investors with a $300m short-dated bond on Thursday to meet some of its general funding requirements, returning to the debt market less than six months after its last outing.

  • HSBC's Asia ambitions remain after Enns leaves

    HSBC's Asia ambitions remain after Enns leaves

    HSBC’s aims to boost market share in investment banking and rebalance towards Asia remain intact despite the resignation of one of its most senior lieutenants. But 2021 must be about execution, writes David Rothnie.

  • KEB Hana sets sights on covered bonds

    KEB Hana sets sights on covered bonds

    KEB Hana Bank (KHB) of South Korea has set up a covered bond programme and, given the strength of market conditions, there are high hopes that a deal will be mandated soon.

  • Banks, investors turn a blind eye to SBI's Carmichael link

    Banks, investors turn a blind eye to SBI's Carmichael link

    State Bank of India successfully raised $600m with a bond issue underwritten by leading investment banks on Wednesday, just weeks after big investors divested from its green bonds because of its apparent intention to finance the controversial Carmichael coal mine being developed in Australia.

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