Investors seeking access to the Philippines' consumer story may need to punt on smaller IPOs, some of which have recently really packed a punch.
Chinese biomedical producer benefits from a clear primary market and strong secondary market momentum to price IPO at the top of its range.
The Japanese pharmaceuticals giant has finally exited from its troubled foray into India by selling its entire stake in Sun Pharmaceuticals for $3.2 billion.
The property developer aims to raise up to $200m in an IPO after an attempt in 2013 was shelved due to a lack of demand.
Real demand has become the major force driving the market, which has been concentrated on collateralised bank loans and asset-backed securities backed by car loans.
South East Asia's largest independent power producer set to price at top of range after institutional investors show no price sensitivity.
The Chinese private equity firm takes advantage of scorching Hong Kong capital markets to divest holding in mainland pharma firm.
The largest shareholder in computer giant Lenovo plans to capitalise on favourable sentiment towards China’s financial sector and Beijing's further loosening of capital flows.
The US private equity firm divested its entire stake in the Chinese home appliance company. It first invested in the company in 2011.
Chinese small cap hopes to benefit from mainland money pouring into Hong Kong bourse as formal bookbuilding opens for its $250 million to $304.5 million float.
Buoyant capital markets prompt Singapore's Great Eastern Holdings to sell stake in mainland insurer while GIC exits Far East Horizon and UBS moves to offload China Cinda holding.
The sale of the jointly held 1% is a precursor to Itochu and CP Group's upcoming $10.4 billion purchase of a 20% stake in Citic - one of the largest transactions in a Chinese SOE.
Chinese small cap biomedical materials producer poised to benefit from liquidity-fuelled rally pushing Hong Kong stocks closer to A-share valuations.
After failing to sell a 10% stake in the national oil and gas company, Pakistan succeeds in offloading its 41.5% holding in Habib Bank in the country's largest ECM transaction.
The share sale comes after shares in the distressed debt manager jumped by 20% in just two days.