Latest RMB securitization news in Asia

  • Local investors keep Ford’s ABS on track

    Ford Automotive Finance (China) started the year in China’s asset-backed securities market by selling a Rmb4bn (Rmb618.3m) deal on Thursday. The deal was open to foreign investors, but onshore demand formed the core support for Ford’s sale, sources on the deal told GlobalRMB.

    • 19 Jan 2018
  • Updated: Ford China starts engine for 2018 auto ABS race

    Ford Automotive Finance (China) is preparing for a Rmb4bn ($614m) deal in the onshore asset-backed securities market – the first by a foreign originator in 2018. But the carmaker is not in the mood for change in the New Year, sticking with the same format it printed in last August.

    • 11 Jan 2018
  • CALC takes new route in Chinese dollar ABS

    China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings (CALC) has sealed a rare asset-backed securities deal in the onshore market — the first dollar-denominated ABS to be publicly traded. But while the transaction holds symbolic significance, the format is unlikely to become the norm for the Chinese ABS market.

    • 10 Jan 2018
  • BMW China pulls off third ABS of the year

    BMW Automotive Finance (China) Co made it three and done in the ABS market this week, selling a Rmb4bn ($605.4m) transaction which had a very similar structure to its last offer in the market.

    • 01 Dec 2017
  • VW China’s ABS prices after rising yields cause delay

    Volkswagen Finance (China) wrapped up its third asset-backed securities (ABS) deal on Friday, raising Rmb3.5bn ($531.8m). The company was forced to extend bookbuilding into a second day amid rising bond yield in the Chinese market.

    • 24 Nov 2017
  • Crédit Agricole’s China JV nails Rmb4bn ABS return

    GAC-Sofinco Auto Finance completed a Rmb4bn ($603.6m) asset-backed securities transaction on Monday, its first in China since 2014. The originator focused on tight pricing, thereby snubbing investors vying for a bargain, but it still gained the support of accounts familiar with its business.

    • 21 Nov 2017
  • Updated: VW China joins ABS party with comeback deal

    Volkswagen Finance (China) is gearing up for its third appearance this year in the Chinese asset-backed securities market, plotting a Rmb3.5bn ($528.1m) deal. The transaction comes amid a flurry of foreign name originations in China in recent weeks.

    • 20 Nov 2017
  • Toyota China seals year’s second ABS deal

    Toyota Motor Finance (China) has sealed a Rmb3bn ($452.7m) transaction in the Chinese asset-backed securities market — its second deal in the country this year. While the trade was wrapped up successfully, the issuer’s efforts to woo Bond Connect investors appeared to have been in vain, said sources.

    • 20 Nov 2017
  • Crédit Ag China JV breaks three-year ABS silence

    GAC-Sofinco Auto Finance is returning to the Chinese asset backed securities market seeking Rmb4bn ($602.9m) — its first outing since 2014.

    • 14 Nov 2017
  • Toyota China sticks to old format in latest ABS

    Toyota Motor Finance (China) is hitting the Chinese asset-backed securities (ABS) market for a second time this year. The Japanese automaker maker will approach investors with a Rmb3bn ($452.1m) deal on November 16.

    • 13 Nov 2017

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Panda Bonds Top Arrangers

Rank Arranger Share % by Volume
1 Bank of China (BOC) 28.62
2 CITIC Securities 21.06
3 China CITIC Bank Corp 9.72
4 China Merchants Bank Co 9.18
5 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) 7.56

Bookrunners of Asia-Pac (ex-Japan) ECM

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
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1 Goldman Sachs 2,041.17 5 15.67%
2 Huatai Securities Co Ltd 1,006.47 5 7.72%
3 Morgan Stanley 816.96 5 6.27%
4 Citi 773.86 5 5.94%
5 China International Capital Corp Ltd 547.16 2 4.20%

Bookrunners of Asia Pacific (ex-Japan) G3 DCM

Rank Lead Manager Amount $m No of issues Share %
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1 Goldman Sachs 3,253.25 9 8.50%
2 Citi 2,657.81 16 6.95%
3 JPMorgan 2,627.80 6 6.87%
4 Morgan Stanley 2,299.31 10 6.01%
5 HSBC 2,283.76 20 5.97%

Asian polls & awards

  • Regional Capital Markets Awards Part IV: Investment Bank

    In the last instalment of our 2017 awards, we present the full write-ups of the winners of Best Asian Investment Bank and Best Investment Bank.

  • Regional Capital Markets Awards Part III: Bonds

    In the third instalment of our 2017 awards, we present the full write-ups of the winners of the Best Local Currency Bond, Best High Yield Bond, Best Financial Bond, Best SSA Bond, Best Investment Grade Bond, Best Project Finance Deal, Best Bond, Best G3 and Local Currency Bond House, and Best High Yield Bond House.

  • Regional Capital Markets Awards Part II: Equities

    In the second instalment of our 2017 awards, we present the full write-ups of the winners for Best Follow-On/Accelerated Bookbuild, Best Equity-Linked Deal, Best IPO, Best ECM Deal and Best ECM House.

  • Regional Capital Markets Awards Part I: Loans

    In the first instalment of our 2017 awards, we present the full write-ups of the winners for Best Investment Grade Syndicated Loan, Best High Yield Syndicated Loan, Best Leveraged/Acquisition Finance, Best Loan and Best Loans House.

  • GlobalCapital Asia regional capital markets awards 2017: the winners

    Over the last two months, GlobalCapital Asia's team has conducted pitch meetings with banks to decide the most impressive capital markets transactions and advisers in Asia in 2017.