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CIFI Holdings

Headquartered in Shanghai, CIFI Holdings ("CIFI") is a property developer in China, which builds and sells residential properties mainly in Tier-2 cities, targeting the mid-mass market segment. CIFI also develops investment properties, mainly shopping malls, and operates "real estate plus" businesses including after-sales property management services, long-term apartment rental services and industrialized prefabricated construction services. The company established 6 product lines - Park Mansion, Jiangshan, Lake Mansion, Wujiang Mansion, Gongyuan and the Great City - for different target regional markets. As at 31 December 2017, CIFI operated in over 40 cities with a gross land bank of 31 mn sqm, of which attributable land bank was 16 mn sqm. CIFI is listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange with a market capitalization of HKD 47.4 bn (~$6.0 bn) as at 5 June 2018. The Lin family held 55.75% of CIFI shares, while Ping An Life was the second largest shareholder with a 9.7%-stake, as at 5 June 2018. (05 Jun 2018)

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Indonesia Property: 2019 Outlook

Sector Outlook: 04 Dec 2018, 5:19 AM ET - We take a look at the key drivers that would shape the course of Indonesian property heading into 2019. We provide the credit outlook for Indonesian property for 2019 and the recommendations for the individual companies.

Asia Weekly: All Eyes on G20 Summit

Asia Weekly: 30 Nov 2018, 4:45 AM ET - The market will be watching the G20 Buenos Aires summit closely today and tomorrow if trade tensions between US and China ease or escalate. Chinese property developers outperformed across the credit spectrum.

Foshan Trip Notes October 2018: Spillover Demand

Site Visits: 25 Nov 2018, 11:57 PM ET - Compared to the other Tier-1 cities we visited, the housing and credit policies in Foshan were far more relaxed.  It is no wonder that some non-natives in Guangzhou have chosen to buy homes in Foshan instead. 

Shenzhen Trip Notes October 2018: Too Expensive!

Site Visits: 21 Nov 2018, 5:01 AM ET - Shenzhen homes are extremely expensive.  The LTM Cost/Income multiple as of September 2018 was 43.2x (National average: 9.9x), indicating that new homes in Shenzhen are significantly less affordable than most places in China.

China Property Sector: PBOC’s Take On Sector

Sector Analysis: 09 Nov 2018, 3:12 AM ET - Is the China property sector risky in the eyes of the People's Bank of China ("PBOC")?

China Property Navigator 3Q18: Macros in Pictures

China Property Navigator: 12 Oct 2018, 4:04 AM ET - This report marks the end of our China Property Navigator 3Q18 series. Developers appear to be shifting their land bank expansion focus to out of China's top 40 cities.

China Property Navigator 3Q18: Bond Supply

China Property Navigator: 11 Oct 2018, 3:23 AM ET - This report is part 4 of our 5-part 3Q18 China Property Navigator. The domestic public corporate bond market seems to be re-opening quietly. Supply risk from the China property sector is also expected to moderate in 4Q18.

China Property Navigator 3Q18: Relative Ranking

China Property Navigator: 10 Oct 2018, 12:38 AM ET - This is the 3rd part of our 5-part 3Q18 China Property Navigator. We ranked the 13 Chinese developers under our full coverage and upgraded our recommendations on a number of bond issues.

China Property Navigator 3Q18: 1H18 Results Wrap

China Property Navigator: 09 Oct 2018, 3:54 AM ET - We summarize the LTM to 1H18 results of the Chinese developers under our coverage in this report and highlight broad trends in 1H18. This report is the 2nd part of a 5-part series.

China Property Navigator 3Q18: Housing Policies

China Property Navigator: 08 Oct 2018, 1:55 AM ET - Local governments continued fine-tuning existing housing policies for their respective cities in 3Q18. Tighter resale restrictions and HPRs were rolled out even at the county-level.

Asia Weekly: Slipped After September's Recovery

Asia Weekly: 05 Oct 2018, 2:41 AM ET - Asian $-bond markets lost some ground this week as spreads widened after a mild recovery in September, while treasury yields spiked shortly after the Fed hiked its benchmark interest rate.  

Asia Weekly: EM Currencies Falter As Fed Hikes

Asia Weekly: 28 Sep 2018, 2:26 AM ET - On Thursday, the Fed hiked its benchmark interest rate by 0.25% to 2.25% and is expected to raise it one more time in December.  Emerging market currencies, including the Indonesian Rupiah (IDR), have been under pressure as a result. 

Asia Weekly: Trading Sideways

Asia Weekly: 10 Aug 2018, 3:46 AM ET - Asian $-bond spreads traded sideways this week after a swift rebound from the high in mid-July.  The BAML Asia ex-Japan $ investment grade index remained flat, while the high yield index tightened by 2 bp. 

Asia Credit Calendar: Week of 13 August 2018

Strategy Analysis: 10 Aug 2018, 12:20 AM ET - The National Bureau of Statistics of China will release its July monthly report on Real Estate Investment and Sales, and Monthly Home Price Indices for Top 70 Cities next week. The 1H18 earnings season begins for Chinese issuers.

HK/SG Conference 2018: Indo vs. Chinese Developers

Transcript: 31 Jul 2018, 10:58 PM ET - Indonesian versus Chinese Developers: Where is the value?

China Property Navigator 2Q18: Liquidity Crunch?

China Property Navigator: 04 Jul 2018, 5:01 AM ET - Will Chinese developers face a liquidity crunch, on the back of rising average cost of debt and the recent NDRC rule on limiting offshore bond proceeds?

China Property Navigator 2Q18: Housing Policies

China Property Navigator: 03 Jul 2018, 6:18 AM ET - China maintained its restrictive policy stance in most cities. More tightening measures were imposed in lower Tier-2 cities while fine-tunings were made at the district level. 

Asia Credit Calendar: Week of 4th June 2018

Strategy Analysis: 01 Jun 2018, 12:51 AM ET - With reporting season out of the way for many issuers, this coming week's calendar is light.

Asia Weekly: Bank Indonesia Raises Repo Rate

Asia Weekly: 18 May 2018, 1:42 AM ET - Asian $-bond spreads showed some respite after a fierce sell-off that lasted 4 weeks. The 10-year US treasury yield reached a 7-year high of 3.1% while Bank Indonesia raised its 7-day repo rate yesterday to combat currency depreciation.

China Property Navigator 1Q18: Macros in Pictures

China Property Navigator: 02 May 2018, 4:05 AM ET - The cost of land in Tier-1 cities is still rising, but housing restrictions have managed to keep Tier-1 home prices flat. Home prices are still rising in lower-tier cities which have less restrictive policies. 

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