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Monday, 22 April 2019

Asian Issuers 2013

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  • US figure skater Michelle Kwan performs during the opening of the ice rink at the Marina Bay Sands casino in Singapore.

    Asian Issuers: Timing it right

    Source: REUTERS/Vivek Prakash US figure skater Michelle Kwan performs during the opening of the ice rink at the

  • Employees hold a meeting inside the headquarters of Alibaba (China) Technology on the outskirts of Hangzhou.

    Talk of the town

    Ahead of the group’s hotly anticipated listing, Alibaba is already stirring debate across the capital markets.

  • A Chinese group performs at the Sino-US Water Skiing Dual Meet in Nanjing.

    Making waves

    CNOOC’s acquisition of Canada’s Nexen set a new standard for overseas Chinese M&A, coming with a well-thought-out strategy and a sophisticated financing package.

  • A five-year-old girl performs some basic skills during a training session at a Peking opera art school in Beijing.

    Nimble moves

    Kaisa Group was at the head of a high-yield resurgence in 2013, with a US dollar bond in January and a hugely oversubscribed Dim Sum offering in April.

  • Workers install CapitaMall Trust signage on the facade of a new shopping mall in Singapore.

    Active manager

    Blue-chip Singapore developer CapitaLand reduced its interest payments on convertible bonds just as talk of tapering was gathering pace.

  • A woman walks past a ticket shop displaying prices in Tokyo.

    Looking abroad

    Croesus Retail Trust broke new ground when it listed a portfolio of Japanese shopping malls in Singapore, catching huge demand for Japan’s new growth story.

  • A woman sorts freshly harvested grains of rice in Solano.

    Gaining from growth

    Besides providing exposure to a myriad of businesses, LT Group from the Philippines gave investors a piece of the country’s growth story.

  • Thai market vendors pull back awnings and their produce off a railway track to allow a cross-country train to dissect through the middle of the town of Maeklong.

    Trouncing obstacles

    Thai oil-and-gas group PTTEP tapped multiple asset classes to finance an ambitious African acquisition, at one point, even considering a hybrid capital issue.

  • A view of drainage canals, which are supposed to be developed for farming, in a peat area in Mangtangai in Indonesia's central Kalimantan.

    Changing course

    The darling of the credit markets only six months ago, Indonesia has become a symbol of just how fast sentiment can change.

  • People look at a large screen displaying India's benchmark share index on the facade of the BSE building in Mumbai.

    Silver lining

    Reliance Industries has kept financiers on their toes with a smart and consistent strategy, despite India’s troubled economy and highly volatile markets.

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