Chinese private equity firm sells its stake in the pork producer two years after the company’s IPO.
Investment banks need to localise their operations if they want to be successful, says Standard Chartered’s head of North Asia corporate finance.
The privately-owned Indonesian gas supplier kicks off a $75 million IPO on the back of Indonesian stock rally.
Shanghai Film makes a roaring debut on its local stock exchange, showing that investors like nothing more than a sequel.
Doosan Group’s construction machinery making unit is set for the first of three jumbo Korean listings by the end of the year.
Hong Kong has created a successful arena for Chinese companies to list in but reform is needed, says Morgan Stanley's Asia Pacific co-CEO.
The Singapore property manager raises S$300 million from the first convertible from an Asia ex-Japan Reit in nearly three and a half years.
Filipino business magnate George Ty sold partial stake in his flagship company after the stock reached an all-time high.
The Kolhapur-headquartered lender is set to become the sixth private sector bank to list on a local stock exchange.
From government officials to fund managers, Indonesia's great and good are becoming increasingly excited about the impact of the tax amnesty.
Epistar emptied its coffer after all holders of its $250 million convertible debt decided to sell the bonds back to the company.
Heavy use of cornerstone investors make it difficult for institutional investors to do proper valuation work says Canada Pension Plan Investment Board president Mark Machin.
British insurer Prudential and Taiwan’s Mercuries Life Insurance are among eight cornerstone investors in the Chinese brokerage’s $1.2 billion H-share offering.
The Shanghai-based brokerage gauges market demand for a Hong Kong share sale that has been delayed since the beginning of the year.
To boost transparency, China’s regulator has banned major A-share company shareholders from using asset management products to subscribe to private share placements.