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Thursday, 21 February 2019

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  • CCB's US$1.85bn Tier 2 draws US$6bn book

    CCB's US$1.85bn Tier 2 draws US$6bn book

    21 February 2019 By Daniel Stanton

    China Construction Bank, rated A1/A/A, brought the first offshore Tier 2 offering from a Chinese bank in more than three years, drawing orders of over US$6bn from 217 investors for a US$1.85bn deal size.

  • Precinct Properties raises NZ$130m from placement

    Precinct Properties raises NZ$130m from placement

    21 February 2019

    Precinct Properties New Zealand, a real-estate investment company, has raised NZ$130m through a placement as part of a wider NZ$150m (US$102.7m) equity offer which also includes a NZ$20m retail offer.

  • MOVES-HSBC's global banking co-head Robin Phillips to leave

    MOVES-HSBC's global banking co-head Robin Phillips to leave

    21 February 2019

    Robin Phillips, HSBC’s co-head of global banking, will depart in the coming months, Reuters reported today, citing an unnamed source.

  • StanChart flags US$900m provision to cover fines

    21 February 2019 By Thomas Blott

    Standard Chartered said today that it has set aside US$900m in its fourth quarter earnings to cover actual and potential fines resulting from investigations in the US and the UK.

  • Shriram Transport opens overseas funding route for NBFCs

    Shriram Transport opens overseas funding route for NBFCs

    21 February 2019 By Krishna Merchant

    Shriram Transport Finance made a successful debut in the US dollar bond market, opening an overseas funding route for Indian privately owned non-banking financial companies after last year’s defaults by Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services group raised their cost of funds and tightened liquidity in the domestic market.

  • YinCheng rolls out HK IPO of HK$878.6m

    YinCheng rolls out HK IPO of HK$878.6m

    21 February 2019

    Chinese property developer YinCheng International has opened the books for a Hong Kong IPO of up to HK$878.6m (US$112m).

  • Viva Energy launches A$100m placement

    Viva Energy launches A$100m placement

    21 February 2019 By Candy Chan

    Viva Energy REIT, an Australian petrol station properties owner, is seeking to raise A$100m (US$71.5m) via an institutional placement of new shares.

  • Top Glove raises US$200m via EB

    Top Glove raises US$200m via EB

    21 February 2019 By S Anuradha

    Top Glove Labuan has raised US$200m from the sale of an exchangeable bond with shares of Malaysia’s Top Glove Corporation as the underlying.

  • Top Glove EB launched to raise US$200m

    Top Glove EB launched to raise US$200m

    20 February 2019

    Top Glove Labuan plans to raise US$200m from the sale of an exchangeable bond with shares of Malaysia’s Top Glove Corporation as the underlying.

  • Dexin China raises HK$1.49bn from HK IPO

    Dexin China raises HK$1.49bn from HK IPO

    20 February 2019 By Fiona Lau

    Dexin China, a property developer based in Zhejiang province, has raised HK$1.49bn (US$190m) from a Hong Kong IPO after pricing it above the mid-point of the indicative price range, according to people close to the deal.

  • Bank of Xian IPO raises Rmb2.08bn after wave of online orders

    Bank of Xian IPO raises Rmb2.08bn after wave of online orders

    20 February 2019

    Bank of Xian has raised Rmb2.08bn (US$310m) from its Shanghai IPO following a one-day subscription yesterday.

  • Daiwa House REIT prices follow-on

    Daiwa House REIT prices follow-on

    20 February 2019 By Candy Chan

    Tokyo–listed Daiwa House REIT Investment has raised ¥33.9bn (US$306m) from a global offering of units after pricing the deal at the narrow end of an indicative discount range.

  • HuaxiSec shareholder to offload up to 5% stake

    HuaxiSec shareholder to offload up to 5% stake

    20 February 2019

    A shareholder in Shenzhen-listed Huaxi Securities plans to offload a stake of up to 5% in the Chinese brokerage within six months, in a deal valued at Rmb1.23bn (US$180m) based on the brokerage’s closing price of Rmb9.37 today.

  • Grobest buyout loan into limited syndication

    Grobest buyout loan into limited syndication

    20 February 2019 By Evelynn Lin

    A NT$10.935bn (US$356m) five-year loan backing Permira’s leveraged buyout of a stake in Asian aquaculture company Grobest Holdings has been launched into limited syndication.

  • Kaisa shakes off past as HY rally continues

    Kaisa shakes off past as HY rally continues

    20 February 2019 By Frances Yoon

    Kaisa Group Holdings returned to the international markets on Tuesday with its biggest offshore bond since 2017, making the most of the rebound in sentiment in Asia’s high-yield market.

  • MOVES-Morgan Stanley names new ECM co-head for Asia Pacific

    MOVES-Morgan Stanley names new ECM co-head for Asia Pacific

    20 February 2019 By Fiona Lau

    Morgan Stanley has named Magnus Andersson co-head of equity capital markets for Asia Pacific, according to an internal memo.

  • CR Land dual-trancher receives massive orders

    CR Land dual-trancher receives massive orders

    20 February 2019 By Carol Chan

    State-backed property developer China Resources Land has drawn overwhelming demand for an US$800m dual-tranche bond offering, with the issue nearly 13 times covered, thanks to thin supply from investment-grade corporate issuers in a supportive market.

  • High leverage multiple on debt backing Godiva Japan buyout

    High leverage multiple on debt backing Godiva Japan buyout

    20 February 2019 By Wakako Sato

    The potential sale of Godiva’s Japanese business is likely to lead to debt financing of up to ¥100bn (US$903m), representing an unusually high leverage multiple of up to 10x.

  • Calsonic Kansei seeks Asia's largest LBO loan

    Calsonic Kansei seeks Asia's largest LBO loan

    20 February 2019 By Wakako Sato

    Japanese auto parts maker Calsonic Kansei is tapping potential lenders on a financing of about ¥1trn (US$9bn), in what will be Asia’s largest leveraged buyout loan.

  • CStone Pharma raises HK$2.24bn from IPO

    CStone Pharma raises HK$2.24bn from IPO

    20 February 2019

    CStone Pharmaceuticals has raised HK$2.24bn (US$285m) from a Hong Kong IPO after pricing it above the mid-point of the indicative price range, according to people close to the deal.

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