Leveraged/non-investment Grade

  • Vingroup eyes $500m in senior syndication

    Vingroup eyes $500m in senior syndication

    Vietnamese conglomerate Vingroup Joint Stock Company and its automobile subsidiary VinFast have returned to the loan market, seeking a total of $500m in senior syndication.

  • People moves in brief

    People moves in brief

    Nomura’s Cicchine heads for Deutsche — Macquarie finds head for new lending group — Citi promotes ECM bankers.

  • Brexit deal chance lights up UK cap market hopes

    Brexit deal chance lights up UK cap market hopes

    A surprise agreement between the UK government and the European Union has led to renewed optimism for the country's capital markets. There is hope that an orderly Brexit, or even a long extension, will lead to an increase in investment from UK companies, particularly in the form of M&A. Investors are more than willing to finance these deals, write Sam Kerr, Jasper Cox and Mike Turner.

  • Goldman slips up as JPM powers ahead

    Goldman slips up as JPM powers ahead

    JP Morgan, Citi and Goldman Sachs kicked off the third quarter results season for investment banks on Tuesday. While debt and equity underwriting revenues grew substantially at JP Morgan compared with the equivalent quarter of last year, they fell at Goldman.

  • Macquarie hires UBS’s Repaci to lead new levfin group

    Macquarie hires UBS’s Repaci to lead new levfin group

    Macquarie Capital has hired UBS banker Vincent Repaci to head a new asset-based lending group to cover sponsor clients, supporting LBOs, refinancings and restructurings. He joins three other recent senior hires in leveraged credit at the firm.

  • Shanghai Sinooil defaults on $400m loan

    Shanghai Sinooil defaults on $400m loan

    Shanghai Sinooil Energy Holding Hong Kong, a subsidiary of state-owned China Energy Reserve and Chemical Group, has defaulted on a $400m offshore loan.

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