KDB eyes Malaysian ringgit bond shelf, return to Samurai

Korea Development Bank (KDB) wants to set up a Malaysian ringgit bond shelf this year but has still not picked the banks to help it tap the market, a funding official told EuroWeek Asia this week.

  • 18 Jun 2010
The policy bank is considering turning to Malaysian investors as part of a wider plan to increase its Asian currency bond issuance before the end of the year. But it is still in the early stages, and has still not settled on arrangers for the MTN programme. It ...

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