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Thursday, 28 July 2022
Jun/Jul 2022

Transition the key in sustainable finance

Transition to a more sustainable economy is increasingly driving investment and business decisions. While climate has been a key focus, market participants are now moving to add natural capital to their calculations and pressing ahead with more socially focused projects, according to speakers at the KangaNews Sustainable Debt Summit, which took place in Sydney in late May.

Thursday, 28 July 2022
Jun/Jul 2022

Corporate bond issuance set to spark

Corporate borrowers have leaned on bank loans in 2022, as volatility and rising cost of funds in fixed income markets have made public bond issuance less attractive. The situation will not last indefinitely, however – indeed, corporate issuers may be forced back into funding markets in H2.

Sunday, 01 May 2022
Apr/May 2022

Deeper roots support corporate issuance in Australia

Not long ago, the Australian corporate credit market was struggling to shake off the perception of being the first to close and the last to reopen. While corporate deal flow has been limited in 2022, investors and intermediaries say there has not been a full-scale retreat of liquidity – which represents a step-change in market maturity.

Friday, 22 April 2022

Green deposit takeup widens with MUFG-Sydney Airport facility

A key benefit of sustainable finance evolution for corporate borrowers is the growing range of products on which they can bring their sustainability strategies to bear. Green deposits are a relatively recent innovation and their use is growing – most recently through MUFG Bank’s first client sign-up in Australia, Sydney Airport.

Monday, 06 December 2021
Dec/Jan 2021/2022 Corporate supplement

A decade of development

The KangaNews-Westpac Corporate Debt Summit debuted in 2011, with a relatively small audience and a market that could not yet take consistent supply of corporate bonds for granted. In the decade since, the event and the market have grown and diversified. By 2019 – the last year before COVID-19 put the in-person event on hiatus – registrations had more than trebled, to nearly 600, and the event’s agenda covered not just corporate debt but a raft of issues relevant to the economic and business environment.

Tuesday, 16 November 2021
Dec/Jan 2021/2022 Women in Capital Markets supplement

Corporate sustainable finance evolution

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.

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