Thai Union agrees to buy Bumble Bee from private equity firm Lion Capital for $1.5 billion in the company's largest acquisition ever.
After losing out on Porterbrook, Cheung Kong Infrastructure has its eyes on UK rolling stock company Eversholt Rail.
Temasek-backed commodities company Olam buys Archer Daniel Midland's cocoa business for $1.3 billion in its biggest acquisition ever.
The bank transfers a senior banker to head M&A in Asia-Pacific, partly replacing Stephen Gore who left in 2012, as M&A volumes pick up in the region.
PTT hires banks to study options for its retail arm while Jasmine Broadband is poised to launch an IPO next year.
Cheung Kong Infrastructure and Power Assets reach out to relationship lenders for potential $5b-$6b loan to fund bid for Fortum's Swedish assets.
Compliance and regulation are rising concerns as Asian companies go global and foreign companies look to strike deals in Asia.
The deal marks CVC’s third investment in an Asian broadband firm and comes as it seeks to sell out of Hong Kong Broadband Network and Indonesia's PT Link Net.
The country's banking industry is expecting an influx of foreign capital following an easing of ownership restrictions but deals might be hard to come by.
JP Morgan ups its TMT dealmaker headcount amid flurry of deals in the sector.
China remains the engine for Asia's M&A market, though Southeast Asia has developed into an important component too.
Blackstone saw off competition from Bain and a demerger to buy Orica's chemicals unit.
The fund agreed to buy the contract drug maker from Tokio Marine Capital, the largest private equity deal in Japan’s healthcare sector this year.
According to M&A specialists, jumbo M&A deals are on the rise in Asia.
Citic Ltd and KKR bid S$1.26b for Chinese sewage company United Envirotech after the country’s growth story over the past 30 years has turned its rivers toxic.