Japanese House Readies Credit Push

Tokyo-based Shinko Securities is gearing up to boost its presence in the Japanese structured credit arena with plans to enter the collateralized debt obligation and index linked markets.

  • 11 Feb 2005
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Tokyo-based Shinko Securities is gearing up to boost its presence in the Japanese structured credit arena with plans to enter the collateralized debt obligation and index linked markets. "Some of our investors need to boost yield and are willing to look at riskier assets," said Toshihiro Ikejima, trader in the fixed income securities department in Tokyo. Ikejima noted the firm is looking to structure tranched products linked to the Dow Jones iTraxx Japan credit index as well as CDO squared deals in the coming months.

  • 11 Feb 2005

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