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  • Service: Advisory, Transactions & Restructuring, Corporate Finance, Restructuring Services, Transaction Services, Geographic Markets, Asia Markets, Topics, Capital Management
  • Industry: Financial Services
  • Type: Business and industry issue
  • Date: 12/10/2012

Asia Pacific Debt Market Update 

Demand to access alternative forms of capital across the Asia Pacific region is increasing as borrowers are experiencing continuing tightness in credit markets particularly when there is a requirement for new capital.
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The release of our market update, Asia Pacific Debt Market Update: insights into key debt market trends draws together observations and analysis from 25 KPMG debt advisory specialists across the region.

 
The ongoing dislocation of the Euro sovereign borrowers continues to impact activity in Asian markets and this means a continued tight credit environment. As a result, we have seen steady growth in the diversification of funding as participants explore non-traditional sources of debt and investors aggressively seek new opportunities in credit markets.

 

Key insights

  • Identified a number of funding trends across the region that are increasingly favoured by borrowers looking beyond traditional loan markets.
  • Overall, borrowers across Asia Pacific are already discovering new approaches to funding their growth.
  • Borrowers can take heart from the increasing depth of Asian bond markets as well the increasingly flexible options provided by alternative investment sources such as private equity, credit funds, and export credit agencies.
 

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