The Indonesian independent power producer raises $272 million from the first IPO out of the country's power and utilities sector since 2008.
Nuclear construction giant CNEC raises $278 million from its long-awaited initial public offering in Shanghai, the second largest A-share flotation so far this year.
John Gokongwei is trimming his direct stake in the Filipino conglomerate as he gradually retires from the business.
The flagship property unit of Sinochem Group hopes to buy back its outstanding -- and relatively rare -- perpetual bond as part of a capital management exercise.
Chinese securities firm earnings are under pressure as brokerage fees come off their elevated 2015 levels, making it harder for ECM bankers to bring new offerings to market.
The historically media-shy Chinese logistics giant is looking to fast-track its way onto the market with the help of a Shenzhen-listed rare earth metals firm.
The group intends to inject the bulk of the Australian industrial properties it acquired from the takeover of Australand into a new real estate investment trust in Singapore.
The listing of Lotte Group’s retail, hospitality and entertainment business comes amid an intensified power struggle between the two sons of founder Shin Kyuk-ho.
Shareholders including two controlled by CVC Capital Partners sold shares in Indonesia’s largest shopping mall operator on the back of strong operational figures.
The June listing of the power producer could be Indonesia's biggest IPO since early 2011.
The IPO of Bank of China’s aircraft leasing business will be closely watched as two other aircraft lessor IPOs also prepare to take off in Hong Kong later this year.
Alibaba Pictures makes its first move into China’s growing cinema business by investing $150 million in convertible bonds issued by Guangdong Dadi Cinema Construction.
The Canadian financial services group prices Singapore's first pure-play US office real estate investment trust, giving the city's static IPO market a welcome boost.
Yadea Group could be the first pure-play electronic vehicle manufacturer listed in Hong Kong and provides some welcome diversity for investors after a rush of financial IPOs.
The Chinese peer-to-peer lender postponed a private funding round that was due to complete in March after the industry was rocked by a Ponzi scandal.