Hong Kong-listed Citic Pacific to buy Citic Ltd from its parent Citic Group for $36 billion, as China drives through reform of its state-owned enterprises.
China's version of Twitter raises $285.6 million from US IPO after a difficult few weeks for tech stocks.
An investor survey conducted by the Asian Corporate Governance Association offers food for thought as the Hong Kong Stock Exchange mulls rule changes.
Debut offering from the chemicals and solar manufacturer, which plans to use proceeds to pay down debt
Syndicates opened books a few days earlier for the Korean bank, with hedge funds and long-only institutions keen to get in on the GDRs.
A $300m exchangeable bond into Philippines property developer Ayala Land provides cheap funds for the parent and welcome diversification for investors.
Bankers have set the price range for Hong Kong's largest IPO in four years and started travelling to meet investors. So far, demand for the pork producer appears robust.
Hot on the heels of China LotSynergy, RexLot taps the convertible market with its third CB since 2011.
CEO Liang Xinjun talks to FinanceAsia about the shift from a Chinese industrial conglomerate to a global investment group. The interview comes as Fosun launches a rights offering.
Mobile gambling in China. What could be hotter? The provider of lottery systems attracts strong outright demand to seal convertible deal.
The Chinese healthcare group benefits from renewed buying interest in mainland stocks.
The Chinese enterprise software developer is raising money through a convertible bond to invest in cloud-computing and mobile technology.
State-owned bank takes advantage of share price spike to raise new capital
One of the few non-US listed Chinese tech companies attracts orders of close to $2 billion as investors snap up rare opportunity.
Baioo Family Interactive priced near the bottom end of its indicative price range as volatile technology stocks flustered retail investors.