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Saturday, 17 August 2019

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  • JRD applies

    The Securities and Investment Board of India (Sebi) has received an application from JRD Finance to launch a Rs15.2m public offering via lead manager Financial Management. The Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India is to launch a Rs30tr public bond issue. Superfine Embroideries also intends to launch a Rs41.5m public offering to be lead managed by Munoth Investment.

  • Exim mandate

    IBJ Asia has won the mandate to arrange a US$100m FRCD for the Export-Import Bank of Malaysia. The three-year deal has a put option at year two and carries a coupon of 140bp over Libor.

  • Compeq looking

    Bankers report computer components manufacturer Compeq Manufacturing looking for a term loan of up to US$50m with a five-year maturity.

  • Merrill’s index

    Merrill Lynch became the latest bank to establish an Asian bond index last week with the introduction of its Asian Dollar Index in Hong Kong. The index will cover both the investment-grade and high-yield debt of sovereigns, quasi-governments and corporate issuers in the region.

  • Brissy bees

    Brisbane Airport Corp?s long-awaited A$350m (US$219m) domestic bond issue went off without a hitch last week with the credit-wrapped triple A structure sufficiently appealing to investors to fully clear the deal?s floating-rate tranche and to leave market makers with only a small amount of fixed-rate paper on their books by the end of the week.

  • Strong performances all round - SECONDARY BONDS

    Asian bonds continued to find support from a strong regional bid last week with the sector outperforming US Treasuries yet again.

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