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Friday, 24 May 2019

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  • Australian Business Securitisation Fund: AOFM seeks feedback

    The Australian Office of Financial Management has asked for feedback on a draft set of investment principles for its A$2bn (US$1.4bn) Australian Business Securitisation Fund, which will help provide finance to small and medium-sized enterprises on more competitive terms.

  • Hong Kong joins Green bond rush

    Hong Kong joins Green bond rush

    Hong Kong sold its first Green bond on Wednesday, joining a growing number of Asian governments that are embracing sustainable financing for projects to protect the environment.

  • Manglunia to head JM Financial's fixed income business

    Ajay Manglunia has joined JM Financial as managing director and head of institutional fixed income.

  • Shanghai Stock Exchange: Two CICC bankers reprimanded

    The Shanghai Stock Exchange has reprimanded two CICC bankers for improperly revising IPO documents for a Shanghai tech board IPO.

  • Court threat scuppers TDB bond

    Court threat scuppers TDB bond

    Trade and Development Bank of Mongolia pulled a proposed US dollar bond offering, after a Mongolian court received a request to detain its chairman in connection with the bank’s role in funding a mining acquisition three years ago.

  • Coal loans battle Green tide

    Coal loans battle Green tide

    Indonesian coal miners are finding it more difficult to attract lenders as prices fall and banks cut their exposure to carbon-producing industries.

  • Mixed fates for Indian NBFCs

    Mixed fates for Indian NBFCs

    Indiabulls Housing Finance won a vote of confidence from international investors last week with its first US dollar bond, even as fellow non-bank lender Dewan Housing Finance Corp took drastic action to prevent a liquidity crisis.

  • MUFG appoints Asia regional executive

    MUFG Bank has appointed Noriaki Goto as regional executive for Asia, effective May 24.

  • Japanese share sales go glocal

    Japanese share sales go glocal

    A growing number of Japanese issuers are tapping international investors for their domestic equity offerings through a structure which allows them to save time and money compared to the traditional global offerings.

  • LTA leads jump in Singapore issuance

    LTA leads jump in Singapore issuance

    Land Transport Authority of Singapore sold a jumbo 35-year bond last week, adding to a bumper crop of large deals that have fuelled a 70% year-to-date jump in the bond sales in the city.

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