Hutchison Whampoa agrees to pay up to £10.25 billion for Telefonica's O2 and is in talks with sovereign wealth funds about offloading a stake of up to 30% in the UK mobile phone group.
JP Morgan to provide €6.8 billion debt facility for ChemChina's purchase of Italian tyre maker Pirelli
Bain Capital is set to take-private Japan Wind Development with management in a buyout worth about $80 million.
China’s first and largest online insurer will attract investors including CDH, Value Partners and Hillhouse in its first round of private financing.
The Korean conglomerate buys KT Rental, Korea's largest rental car company for $906 million.
Investors are circling the government's multi-billion-dollar asset sale Down Under. EY offers a guide to navigating the politics of privatisation.
Goldman Sachs Southeast Asia M&A head Ruben Bhagobati and Singapore-based managing director Antoine Izard are leaving the bank.
The private equity firm has closed its sixth fund and is eyeing deals in India and China says CEO Jean Eric Salata.
The Australian transport firm’s share price surged after Japan Post's bid, reflecting the bumper 49% premium on offer.
Struggling shipping company NOL agrees to sell APL Logistics to Japan's Kintetsu as Temasek tidies up its portfolio companies.
Anbang buys control of Korea’s Tong Yang for $1b, the latest in a string of international acquisitions.
Liang Xinjun, chief executive, tells FinanceAsia he expects to make European and Japanese acquisitions during 2015 and says the Chinese conglomerate's leverage has peaked.
Dalian Wanda extends acquisition spree with agreement to buy Infront Sports & Media, which has a partnership with FIFA and is run by the nephew of the current FIFA president.
The deal provides troubled Kaisa with much-needed financial clout but could yet trigger a change-of-control clause in its offshore bonds.
Troubled property developer Kaisa raises $369 million from the sale of prime property sites to Sunac China but investors hoping for a white knight dump its bonds.