After the successful deal, China Resources Group has now listed six of its subsidiaries in Hong Kong.
Taiwan-listed solar company plans to roll over its existing debt by issuing a new, credit-enhanced convertible bond.
Mid-sized companies dominate offerings as Hong Kong enters peak season for listings.
Cofco Meat's private-equity backers are all holding onto their shares, signaling their faith in the company's prospects.
Shanghai-based delivery firm opts for an IPO in the US, taking a different route from its major competitors.
Investor demand for Pilipinas Shell Petroleum indicates confidence in the Philippine economy and desire for a rare, internationally recognized IPO in Manila.
China's second-largest drug manufacturer to raise funds for expansion amid industry consolidation.
Haitong Securities' offshore arm sold its biggest ever convertible bond, helping the firm fund an aggressive expansion plan.
More than four years after making its initial listing application, the city commercial bank is finally ready to float its shares on the stock exchange.
Korea’s largest IPO of the year has been put on hold after investors balked at the valuation and worried about the US election.
The state-owned food processor plans to float shares of its meat operations after Chinese pork prices hit a record high.
Royal Dutch Shell has been delaying the listing of its Philippine unit for almost two decades. But the deal has finally hit the market.
The Malaysian company continued an aggressive deleveraging drive with a bumper share sale.
South Korea’s biggest conglomerate sets out with ambitious plans to raise as much as $2 billion from the listing of its contract drug unit on the Korean stock market.
If it delivers the same upside as the sector's last IPO, investors will be very happy.