- Friday, 24 October 2014 16:29
Volatility in global markets continued to hamper deal flow in Australasian markets for another week with only a rare domestic covered bond from Suncorp-Metway and taps from Queensland Treasury Corporation and Province of Ontario emerging in the public space. At least two issuers have initiated investor meetings, however.Register to read more...
- Friday, 24 October 2014 16:24
- Friday, 24 October 2014 12:35
Australia Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) (Aa2) has mandated a series of debt investor meetings offshore in the week of November 3 2014, which will be followed by investor meetings in Australia. A capital-markets transaction “may follow”, according to a statement the meetings’ arrangers.Register to read more...
- Friday, 24 October 2014 09:56
On October 24, Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) mandated a series of institutional investor meetings to take place in Sydney and Melbourne, on October 28 and 29 respectively, in order to discuss a potential Basel III tier-two transaction in the Australian dollar market.Register to read more...
- Thursday, 23 October 2014 15:30
Queensland Treasury Corporation (QTC) (AA+/Aa1) priced an increase to its existing July 2024 benchmark Australian dollar bond on October 23. According to KangaNews data, the transaction is the second syndicated tap of the line which was introduced in June 2011 at a volume of A$1 billion (US$877.5 million) and pricing of 61 basis points over Australian government bond (ACGB).Register to read more...
Monday, 13 October 2014 08:58am
Australia’s first collective vehicle for funding local authorities is closing in on a market... Register to read more
Thursday, 23 October 2014 10:49am
Volatility in global markets continued to hamper deal flow in Australasian markets for another... Register to read more
Latest Issue 2014 October
USPP appeal for Australasian corporate issuers. Australian corporates at the KangaNews-BNP Paribas roundtable. The eighth KangaNews-BNZ roundtable. Canadian FIs in Australia. The FSI: a damp squib for bonds? Credit wraps on the radar. Investor Q&As: IFM and NZ Super.