Bonds

  • Chinese issuers flood offshore bond market

    Chinese issuers flood offshore bond market

    Bond sales from Chinese issuers continued unabated on Thursday despite heavy supply in the first half of the week, with firms raising a combined $1.1bn from the debt market.

  • China reforms NPL ABS as bad loans rise

    China reforms NPL ABS as bad loans rise

    The People’s Bank of China has started to allow banks seeking quotas to sell non-performing loan securitizations to shift from the old approval-based system to a registration-based system, onshore bankers told GlobalCapital China this week. The reform is set to speed up the pre-issuance phase and ease banks’ increasing pressure to dispose of bad loans.

  • BOC dives deeper into sustainability with blue bond

    BOC dives deeper into sustainability with blue bond

    Bank of China took yet another step this week to build China’s sustainability market by selling Asia’s first blue bond to benefit ocean-related projects — opening the door for similar deals from the region. Morgan Davis reports.

  • Local govt bonds tumble in primary ahead of supply boom

    Local govt bonds tumble in primary ahead of supply boom

    The local government of Inner Mongolia paid a heftier premium than usual for its bonds in China this week, raising some concerns over whether higher yields will remain as Beijing urges issuers to speed up deal flow.

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