With the global roadshow kicking off this week, the offering is already fully covered thanks to strong Chinese SOE cornerstone support and a range of anchor investors.
CRRC's $1 billion offshore convertible bond plan, approved less than a month after a new regulatory regime came into force, could be a boon for equity-linked bankers.
Price guidance for the share sale expected later this month would make China's biggest reinsurer one of the cheapest listed insurance companies in Hong Kong.
The domestic Indian IPO is part of Coffee Day Enterprises’s business plans to shrug off deepening losses and restore profitability.
The Hong Kong exchange looks set to close the year with over half of its IPO volume coming from financial institutions, with several sizable listings due by year-end.
Private Asian capital is increasingly competing with institutional investors for big real estate deals globally.
US tobacco maker Philip Morris sells 5.7% stake in the Indonesian company, raising $1.4 billion and equating to an annualized return of 37.3%.
The founding family of the Filipino carbonated drinks manufacturer is looking to sell part of its stake just two months after completing a backdoor listing.
Shipbuilder executes clean-up trade in steel producer as investors watch for any signs of a turnround in sentiment towards the sector.
Philip Morris is obliged to offload part of its stake in its Indonesian unit before the nation's new free-float requirements come into effect in early 2016.
Tata Steel is the first Asian company to complete an equity trade after the decision not to raise US interest rates.
TWi Pharma's GDR sale and Hertz's block trade of Car Inc mark the first major ECM transactions in Asia-Pacific since late July.
Investors and bankers will pay close attention to the flotations of IMAX China and Regina Miracle ahead of bigger deals towards the end of the year.
The privatisation of Japan’s huge postal service, bank and insurance companies are under way, offering a high dividend yield in the hope of tempting Mrs Watanabe.
Huadian Power pulled off China's largest follow-on offering in the utility and energy sector in about five years.