Lenders reinforcing presence with bond issuance

Lenders reinforcing presence with bond issuance

Commercial banks, with participation from local and foreign-backed institutions, are engaging in bond issuance despite severe regulations placed on this and volatile market conditions.
Loopholes and risks holding back bond market

Loopholes and risks holding back bond market

The State Securities Commission of Vietnam has recently cancelled nine private bond offerings of three companies under Tan Hoang Minh Group, laying open loopholes and risks that have been holding back Vietnam's bond market.
Banks deny involvement in Tan Hoang Minh's bond issuance scandal

Banks deny involvement in Tan Hoang Minh's bond issuance scandal

Vietinbank and Saigon Hanoi Commercial Joint Stock Bank (SHB) said that they do not provide securities and payment guarantee services, do not invest and distribute bonds issued by Tan Hoang Minh Group.
Property developer’s bond issuance canceled following false information submission

Property developer’s bond issuance canceled following false information submission

The State Securities Commission (SSC) has decided to cancel nine separate bond issuances worth over 10 trillion VND (over 437 million USD) by subsidiaries of property developer Tan Hoang Minh Group because they submitted false information.
Fruitful territory for bond issuance

Fruitful territory for bond issuance

Banks are showing strong desire in bond issuance activities, while real estate developers have lowered the extent of their bond-related capital mobilisation efforts.
Investors cautioned over bond issuance vulnerabilities

Investors cautioned over bond issuance vulnerabilities

Credit-challenged companies, especially banks and real estate providers, are finding another way around their continuous capital needs by tapping into the corporate bond issuance market, which remains particularly vulnerable to economic downturns and incomplete legal frameworks in Vietnam.
Risks failing to stem bond issuance

Risks failing to stem bond issuance

Bond issuance is still an attractive and prevailing proposition for Vietnamese corporations to raise funds, even for loss-making and high-risk companies.
Galaxy Cinema mobilised capital from bond issuance

Galaxy Cinema mobilised capital from bond issuance

As cinemas across the country are in adversity due to COVID-19, Galaxy Cinema approached bond issuance as a solution to maintain performance.
Firms issue 7.71 billion USD worth of bonds in 10 months

Firms issue 7.71 billion USD worth of bonds in 10 months

The total value of corporate bonds was 178.7 trillion VND (7.71 billion USD) in January-October this year, according to SSI Retail Research.
Real estate firms switch to bonds due to less bank loans

Real estate firms switch to bonds due to less bank loans

Bond issuance is becoming an ideal channel for real estate firms to raise capital as credit policies for property development are gradually being tightened, experts said.
Property developers diversify

Property developers diversify

Property developers are looking to other channels to raise capitals, such as bond issuance, as credit policies for property development are gradually being tightened.
Sacombank to dig itself out of hole

Sacombank to dig itself out of hole

Sacombank has unveiled an ambitious plan to issue $200 million worth of dollar bonds overseas this year amid fierce headwinds.
New law paves way for stronger bond market

New law paves way for stronger bond market

Decree 01/2011/ND-CP on issuing sovereign bonds, government-guarantee debts and local governance debts will take effect from February 20, 2011, and it is expected to boost the development of Vietnam’s bond market.

IFS to continue its ANZ bond case legal fight

The court of appeal’s judgment in favour of ANZ, in a bitter dispute over a bond issue advisory contract, has rubbed Interfood Shareholding Company up the wrong way.

IFS to continue its ANZ bond case legal fight

The court of appeal’s judgment in favour of ANZ, in a bitter dispute over a bond issue advisory contract, has rubbed Interfood Shareholding Company up the wrong way.
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