Australia’s second-largest private hospital operator raised A$2.25 billion in the country's largest IPO for more than three years.
The Chinese pork producer has lowered the valuation for its planned Hong Kong listing to a fixed price of HK$6.20 per unit from HK$8 to HK$11.25.
Local government sells bond linked to shares of Hong Kong-listed Yuexiu Transport Infrastructure.
Korea's top selling rice cooker brand launches IPO, and seeks to raise up to $247 million. Earnings will be driven by exports and consumers upgrading rice cookers.
More middle-and small-sized Chinese banks are planning to issue preferred shares. However, there are challenges for such issuance.
Government takes advantage of share price spike to offload more of its stake in the policy bank.
Equity analysts are scouring China’s reform plans to unearth potential beneficiaries. The swelling list so far includes the likes of China Telecom, Sinopharm and CNBM.
Property group hopes to entice investors with a big yield kicker for Singapore's first European pure play Reit offering.
Demand was strong for Richard Li's telecom trust, which will use the proceeds to pay down some of its substantial debt.
A list of upcoming or potential reforms compiled by FinanceAsia.
Reform of China’s sprawling state-owned enterprises is generating lucrative assignments for bankers. However they must be in it for the long-haul as change will take time.
The company, Japan's second-largest private-sector life insurer, will use the proceeds to fund its acquistion of US company Protective Insurance Company.
Sinopharm and China National Building Materials are next in line for further privatization as Beijing revamps its debt-laden state sector.
Huge retail demand allowed Cogobuy to exercise the clawback option and price its shares in the top half of the range.
The Taiwanese solar power company is raising money to buy raw materials.