Shinhan throws off North Korea worries for second dollar bond of 2017

South Korea’s Shinhan Bank braved the dollar market on Wednesday for the second time this year, hoping to secure a new Basel III tier two dollar bond while North Korea-related volatility looked quiet.

  • By Morgan Davis
  • 14 Sep 2017

North Korea continues to loom in the background of not just South Korean trades, but the entire market, said one syndicate head on the Shinhan trade. “It plays a role in every deal right now,” he said. 

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