From the Collaborative Bond and Money Market Data Portal
In the Collaborative Bond and Money Market Data Model, the Asian Debt Capital Markets, exclude Middle East, Australia and New Zealand. Asian DCM is not a single market; it comprises issuers from Asia as well as non-Asian issuers targeting this market with various "named" bond products. Non-Japanese issuers can sell bonds into Japan in primary Samurai or secondary Uridashi offering. Uridashi bonds are sold to Japanese "Watanabe" retail investors under foreign law. They are typically not denominated in Yen and issued in a currency with a higher yield than JPY. A Samurai is a Yen-denominated bond issued by non-Japanese issuers in Japan. A Formosa bond is issued in Taiwan but denominated in a currency other than the New Taiwan Dollar, while Sukuk bonds are structured to comply with Islamic Sharia Law. Panda bonds are Chinese RMB denominated bonds from a non-Chinese issuer sold in China and Dim-Sum bonds are CNH-denominated bonds sold outside China.
Based on available data, on the 30th of September 2018 the total (domestic and international) size of Asian Debt Capital Markets was USD15.1tn.
For information on the current size of the Asian Debt Capital Markets, please use CMDportal's Data Sheet tool.
For information on issues on Asian Debt Capital Markets, please use CMDportal's Instrument Search tool.
For information on the composition of the Asian Debt Capital Markets, please use the CMDportal's Issuer Search tool.
For information on active dealers in the Asian Debt Capital Markets, please use CMDportal's Dealer Search tool.