CWT International (CWTI), a unit of Chinese conglomerate HNA Group announced on Tuesday that it had defaulted on a HK$1.4 billion ($179 million) loan it received less than seven months ago — an event which its creditors say could lead… Read More>>
Luxury retail has hit some tough times in Hong Kong, but at least one European fashion marques thinks this could be a good time to negotiate a new long-term lease. Plus, mainland developers are turning their attention back to second-tier… Read More>>
Hong Kong’s Link REIT this week announced the signing of a HK$4 billion ($516 million) credit facility with seven major banks, as the real estate investment trust finalises arrangements for its $1.06 billion acquisition of a Shanghai commercial complex.
The… Read More>>
China’s real estate industry and the shadow banking network that it relies on received a collective black eye this week when a Hangzhou developer first defaulted on loan payments, and was later arrested on fraud allegations surrounding RMB 2 billion… Read More>>
Even interest rates of 12.75 percent are not necessarily enough to entice financiers to buy debt from Chinese developers, as a high yield bond sale failed to reach its target last week. The unwanted offering by Hong Kong-listed developer China… Read More>>
Hong Kong property developer Wharf announced today that it would be raising the size of its bond offering to US$600 million to meet demand from buyers. The bond deal, which was first announced on January 30th, met with overwhelming response… Read More>>