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With a decline in bank lending, a low cost of funding and strong institutional demand for credits, borrowers have returned to the Asian bond markets in force throughout 2009.

With a decline in bank lending, a low cost of funding and strong institutional demand for credits, borrowers have returned to the Asian bond markets in force throughout 2009. With record bond issuance driven by Korea, Indonesia and Chinese issuers, all eyes are on 2010 to see whether the momentum can be sustained.

So what will be the story in 2010? Can the loan market return to challenge the bond market in the post subprime era? Will the shift to bond financing lead to a cultural shift in future corporate funding strategies? Will investors maintain their risk appetite for Asian credits?

Join us at the 4th Annual High Yield and Corporate Bond Forum in February and come together with leading arrangers, investors and issuers to discuss these and many more pressing issues facing this market.

Key topics to be discussed:

• Will the credit boom continue?
• What will be the new underwriting process in the post subprime era?
• New corporate funding strategies for financing growth
• Assessing local currency as an alternative source of funding
• Bond syndication in pre and post subprime era
• Investors’ perspectives on investing in different credit instruments

Asian bond markets were the positive news throughout the gloom of 2009. To discover whether they can maintain the same pace, under the same terms, in the same markets through 2010, join us this February to hear from the market and discover for yourself how your business could be affected in the future.

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