BANYAN Tree Holdings is proposing a renounceable and non-underwritten rights issue of convertible bonds to raise S$50.4 million. 

CHINESE technology companies are tapping the convertible bond market at an unprecedented pace.

KEPPEL Reit has priced a S$200 million offering of five-year convertible bonds at the most favourable end of price talk for investors, suggesting tepid response to the deal.

KEPPEL Reit has priced a S$200 million offering of five-year convertible bonds at the cheap end of price talk, suggesting tepid response to the deal.

SHUT out of a world-beating rally in equities, China's fixed income investors are chasing the next closest thing....

OFFSHORE services company KTL Global has agreed to issue S$5.35 million in five-year, zero-coupon convertible bonds to a Chinese investment firm to raise money for growth and expansion, according...