An in-depth look at the German bond markets.
Corporate issuance from Germany is well down on last year. This has only served to heighten the appeal to investors of any new deals by the country’s biggest companies, which are proving resilient to...
The treasurer of German software firm SAP explains how its capital-raising strategy resulted in two euro-denominated bond offerings and a dollar deal.
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The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange is hoping to benefit from Israel’s recent upgrade to a developed market. It already has a burgeoning exchange-traded note business and its new status should help it to attract new inflows, reports Clare Dickinson
Investors are complaining that documentation for high yield bond deals has become increasingly opaque and poorly structured, making it difficult to gauge the level of risk. Will the glut of high yield supply that is set to hit the market over the coming...
An increasing number of European companies are moving their operations abroad to avoid punitive bankruptcy regimes, leaving bondholders at a disadvantage.
Market participants have warned an increasing number of European high yield bond offerings are accompanied by unclear – even misleading – documentation.
Refinancing risk dwarfed by Solvency II’s impact on insurer appetite for corporate debt
Investors in Chinese corporate bonds may struggle to recover their money in the event of a bankruptcy, according to FS Asia Advisory.
In response to industry fears of a collateral crunch, regulators have revised the proposed rules on margining for uncleared over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives.You can find out more by downloading this white paper here.
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