Bonds

  • Chinese issuers raise $1.14bn from SLB debuts

    Chinese issuers raise $1.14bn from SLB debuts

    Seven Chinese issuers bagged Rmb7.3bn ($1.14bn) from their inaugural sustainability-linked bonds (SLBs) in the onshore market, as part of Beijing’s efforts to meet its ambitious carbon goals.

  • Auto trio kick off busy week for China ABS

    Auto trio kick off busy week for China ABS

    China’s auto loan ABS market reopened strongly in May after a quiet few weeks, with SAIC-GMAC Automotive Finance Co, Volkswagen Finance (China) Co and domestic originator FAW Auto Finance Co all looking to price deals this week.

  • Chinese borrowers return to bond market

    Chinese borrowers return to bond market

    Three regular dollar bond issuers from China were the first out of the gates to tap investors on Thursday following a long holiday in the Mainland.

  • Beijing SOE overcomes Huarong volatility to price $700m bond

    Beijing SOE overcomes Huarong volatility to price $700m bond

    Beijing Enterprises Holdings battled weakened sentiment around Chinese state-owned enterprises to sell a $700m dual tranche transaction on Wednesday. The company was able to price a successful deal, but only after overcoming recent fears about Chinese issuers. Morgan Davis reports.

  • Exchange regulators tighten bond issuance rules

    Exchange regulators tighten bond issuance rules

    The Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges have tightened rules for public bond issuance in China’s exchange market, releasing new guidelines that are likely to restrict supply from weaker issuers and deter investment holding companies, local government financing vehicles and real estate developers. Addison Gong reports.

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