<em>FinanceAsia</em> Achievement Awards &#8212; Part 4

FinanceAsia Achievement Awards — Part 4

On the final day of our awards announcements, we reveal our regional house winners.
The country's banking industry is expecting an influx of foreign capital following an easing of ownership restrictions but deals might be hard to come by.
China's top companies face two key problems: weaker cash flow and a high debt load, according to S&P's Christopher Lee.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
Asia's first prospective data centre Reit has been launched at a generous pick-up to locally-listed peers and domestic government bonds.
SSA Bond issuance in the G3 debt capital markets reach a new record.

POLLS

Which sector will be most active for Asian M&A in 2015?




   |   View results
TMT - Chinese internet giants will keep buying
  78%
 
Natural resources -­ National oil companies will see value in assets as oil prices remain weak
  11%
 
FIG -­ Local banks to continue regional expansion and consolidation domestically
  11%
 
Consumer and retail - Companies will want a piece of rising consumption in Asia
  0%
TOTAL VOTES: 9

 

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