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  • KDB markets green, Sofr trade

    KDB markets green, Sofr trade

    Korea Development Bank has set a new benchmark for Asia by selling the region’s first SEC-registered Sofr-linked floating rate dollar note. It gives further momentum to the use of the new Libor replacement rate, amid an expected spurt in FRN issuance due to volatility in interest rates. Morgan Davis reports.

  • DBP sells first dollar bond in a decade

    DBP sells first dollar bond in a decade

    Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) ended a 10-year absence from the dollar bond market for a $300m deal on Tuesday, managing to woo investors with just a small premium.

  • Kexim brings rare Korean supply to CNH market

    Kexim brings rare Korean supply to CNH market

    The Export-Import Bank of Korea has returned to the offshore renminbi (CNH) bond market after nearly three years, to take advantage of a recent rally in the CNH swap rate and investor demand for high quality Korean deals.

  • DBJ and CPPIB enter SSA pipeline

    DBJ and CPPIB enter SSA pipeline

    Two SSA borrowers hit screens on Tuesday to announce benchmark bonds. Deal flow in the SSA market has slowed after the January rush, but borrowers are still keeping investors busy with a regular flow of deals.

  • HKMC debuts in CNH with rare public outing

    HKMC debuts in CNH with rare public outing

    The Hong Kong Mortgage Corp (HKMC) made a rare public appearance in the debt market this week with a dual-currency transaction worth $1.29bn-equivalent. Featuring a Hong Kong dollar portion and an offshore renminbi tranche, the deal helped the issuer get ‘competitive’ pricing levels, said bankers.

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