Dutch pension provider APG has increased its commitment to Australian commercial real estate debt by A$600 million via leading investment manager, MaxCap Group.
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Creditors including those based in China are likely to take a haircut from Sri Lanka’s debt restructuring.
Auditor resignations plus delayed financial results are bad news for Hong Kong-listed developers.
The appetite of institutional investors for green, social, and sustainable bonds that bring clear environmental and socio-economic benefits shows no sign of waning.
China continues to drive growth within its debt market, in spite of the negative image conveyed by property developer, Evergrande Group.
Sustainability-linked loans can be a powerful tool in ESG transition. But portion is still minor nowadays.
The Covid-19 pandemic has brought investing opportunities in credit markets amid turbulence, said CIOs from AIA, Prudential Asia and Ping An at an AsianInvestor event.
A combination of relatively strong economic fundamentals and appealing yields is attracting the attention of asset owners in the region and beyond.
With a cautious sigh of relief, we are now moving into the final stages of 2020. Despite the challenges faced this year, the outlook for bond investors in Asia remains positive.
Institutional investors in Europe are looking to invest more into emerging market high yield bonds in an effort to boost returns, despite the additional risk they entail.
Moody’s and fund managers believe further debt downgrades are an inevitability as Covid-19’s impact continues. China could offer both strong investments and potential defaulters.
The pandemic is set to reduce globalisation, explode debt burdens and cut traditional returns. Investors need to adapt, but opportunities will emerge amid as the pandemic subsides.