Samurai market

Samurai market

The foreign market in Japan.

Samurai Market

Informal; a stock market in Japan. The term is most often used by those outside of Japan.
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8bn in senior unsecured form) and is seen by Japanese investors as the best positioned European bank to open the Samurai Tier 2 market, given its long-standing commitment to the Samurai market, investors familiarity with its strong credit profile, existing Tier 2 curves in Euro and USD and Rabobank s successful track record at executing innovative bank capital transactions.
the Japanese Government through JBIC but also credibility of the BCT as a frequent issuer on samurai market from 1994.
The subject 10 year bonds were part of a refinancing program executed by TAQA, which also included the issuance of a USD 200 million 5 year term loan to the Japanese Samurai market and a Euro 180 million 10 year private placement note.
875%, was part of a refinancing programme executed by TAQA, which also included the issuance of a $200mn five-year term loan to the Japanese Samurai market and a E180m ($138mn) 10-year private placement note.
Non-Japanese issuers have been showing interest in tapping the samurai market, as yields on safe-haven Japanese government bonds have been pinned to historically low levels, helping contain issuance costs relatively at low levels, and Japanese investors are keen to receive premiums, provided the issuers meet their criteria.
We are also extremely pleased to note the large interest in this issue in the Samurai market, which previously has not used political risk insurance.