AirAsia, China Energy mandate banks for investor meetings

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By Rev Hui
06 Jan 2016

Malaysian low cost carrier AirAsia is set to make its first outing to the international bond market having mandated three banks to arrange a series of fixed income meetings.

Barclays, CIMB and RHB are the bookrunners picked to run the three-day meetings. AirAsia’s management will be meeting investors in Singapore, Hong Kong and London from January 7.

A syndicate banker close to the deal stopped short of saying a bond could emerge following the meetings, although ...

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