Better late than never: Covid bonds catch on in Japan

By Morgan Davis
18 Sep 2020

Covid-19 has fundamentally changed how the world operates — and capital markets are no exception. In Japan, it has shown the potential of the bond market to serve the common good.

The coronavirus has changed the way many of us work, perhaps for good. It has forced banks to think on their feet about how to keep capital markets open, with virtual roadshows taking the place of physical meetings and syndications from cramped apartments becoming a reality. It has ...

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