Shinhan Bank plans dollar bond return
South Korea's Shinhan Bank is hoping to sell a public dollar bond in April, following a virus-linked $50m private placement this month.
Shinhan would like to issue a benchmark size dollar transaction next month, as it has a $600m 2.25% bond maturing in April, a source at the bank told GlobalCapital Asia. The deal, if it happens, is likely to be a senior transaction."We're not sure if we're ...
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