Toyota Finance Australia says executing at the very start of the year was a key aspect of its return to the euro market after an almost two-year hiatus, as it aimed to price before deal flow picks up in the weeks ahead. The issuer priced €1.15 billion (US$1.3 billion) of three- and six-year bonds on 5 January, a notably early start for Australian corporate issuance.
KangaNews is proud to announce the winners of the institutional and deal categories in the KangaNews Awards 2021. At the end of another hectic year in the Australian and New Zealand capital markets, KangaNews received votes from hundreds of market participants keen to recognise the achievements of 2021's most outstanding performers.
Investors globally are increasingly demanding their allocations align with sustainability principles. As capital markets move rapidly to cater to this appetite, KangaNews and BNP Paribas brought together Australian corporate issuers to discuss their interaction with global debt markets.
In labelling itself “the bank for a changing world”, BNP Paribas has aligned its purpose with the biggest challenges facing markets and societies – including , but far from limited to, supporting its clients through their transition to net-zero. Change, however, is not about abandoning longstanding capabilities. BNP Paribas leans on its deep roots in Australasia, its global network and its commitment to diversity, to help it deliver.
Ausgrid Finance’s euro market return continues its ambition to term out bank debt since privatisation in 2016. Deal sources say the transaction, and Ausgrid’s intentions to be a regular issuer into the market, received significant investor interest.
WOMEN IN CAPITAL MARKETS Yearbook 2021
KangaNews's annual yearbook amplifying female voices in the Australian capital market.