Asian loans bankers fear migration to bond market

Asia Pacific borrowers outside of Japan have around $90.6bn of dollar-denominated loans maturing over 2012, according to Dealogic. But not all loans bankers are confident that they will be given the chance to roll these deals over. The dramatic start to bond issuance this year has shown borrowers an alternative they just might snap up.

  • 27 Jan 2012
Asian loans bankers are bracing themselves for a tough year, but most hope that borrowers will realise — or will be forced to realise — that banks are not pushing up margins for fun. They are doing so in response to a sharp rise in their own funding ...

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