Hong Kong's first IPO marketed within the 2016 calendar ends in failure as Chinese growth worries take their toll and investors demand meatier discounts.
The largest bank in Malaysia thinks it can benefit from the desire of China companies and Southeast Asian governments to build infrastructure.
Shares in Samsung SDS and Samsung Card change hands as the heir apparent works to strengthen his grip over the group.
The electronics components maker priced a $60 million convertible bond as part of a broader effort to raise its international profile.
Chinese rolling stock manufacturer ignores volatile markets to complete debut convertible bond offering exactly one week after an industry peer.
The Chinese maternity, baby, and children’s product retailer hopes its multi-channel sales model will help it to attract investors despite shaky markets.
Depressed valuations in Hong Kong mean it is a big ask for banks seeking to list this year, upping the pressure on them to lean on relationships to get the deals done.
State-owned construction and engineering company is the first China-registered company to issue an H-share convertible bond since new guidelines were unveiled last September.
In an exclusive interview, Lufax CEO Gregory Gibb explains how the company has a golden opportunity to offer more online-to-offline services to China's growing middle class.
Speaking at the Asian Financial Forum, chairman Wang Jianlin outlined his vision to turn Dalian Wanda into a multinational making 30% of its money outside of China.
Ping An's peer-to-peer lender Lufax raises a further $1.22 billion ahead of its expected second-half IPO, while JD Finance raises $1 billion from its series-A funding round.
Pre-IPO investor STIC Investments has timed the sale of shares in the defense contractor just as tensions on the Korean peninsula rise.
The new president of UBS's Asia operations tells FinanceAsia there are broad-based growth opportunities in China and Japan.
Investors take a leap of faith by buying into the Chinese private school operator despite a very volatile week at the start of 2016.
RRJ has made a big profit from cashing out of Chinese education company Tsingda eEDU alongside OCBC and Capvent, just ten months after investing.