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Raising Finance In The Bond Market

Successful Bonds Issuance

Successful Bonds Issuance

Raising Finance In The Bond Market


Companies issue corporate bonds as alternative to raise capital for activities such as expanding operations, purchasing new equipment, or building new facilities. The Vietnamese corporate dong-denominated market is the smallest of ASEAN’s six corporate bond markets, but the tiny market is building steadily, making it one of the fastest growing in the region.

As the availability of bank lending has been shrinking, mostly due to the enduring impact of new regulatory requirements, corporations are increasingly turning to debt capital markets. 2019 in particular has seen many companies turn to the bonds market by taking advantage of cheaper borrowing costs to diversify their funding and high investor demand. The objective of the workshop is to introduce those considering raising finance in the bond markets to the key features of the market and to investigate what is required by a company to plan and execute a successful bond issue.


Why attend:

This workshop will provide insights to the current Vietnam corporate bond market, identify and navigate the barriers and pitfalls, maximize credibility of issuers and manage a successful bond issuance process in Vietnam. At the end of the workshop, participants will have the opportunities to have Q&A with all trainers and experience expert in the markets.

Using case studies and worked examples, participants will gain a thorough understanding of the processes involved in structuring a bond issue including:

  • Market Overview
  • Types of bonds
  • Securities
  • Legal Aspects
  • Structuring
  • and Managing the bond issuance process


📌 Time: 2 - 5 pm on Tuesday, 17 September 2019

📌 Location: KPMG Office – Floor 10, Sunwah Tower | 115 Nguyen Hue, District 1, HCMC


To register for the workshop, please kindly provide information (Name, Title, Company, Email address and Phone number) to: Ms. Nga (E: – Tel: +842838219266 - 8575), by September 10, 2019.

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