The Chinese property group plans to invest $1b in a new luxury development, just as analysts fret about its aggressive overseas expansion.
DBS provides bilateral loan to Keppel Corp to fund its buyout of property arm Keppel Land for up to $2.6 billion.
The latest step in its long-running divorce of China's 7th biggest bank. The buyer of the 4.9% stake is Chinese property firm Xinhu Zhongbao.
Li Ka-shing's overseas diversification spree shows no sign of slowing down with Hutchison Whampoa mulling its chunkiest acquisition ever — that of UK mobile operator O2.
An upsized $600 million top up placement helps Li Ka-shing branch out into the UK railway sector and purchase Eversholt Rail from its private equity owners.
Itochu and CP Group are the latest firms to broaden links with the Chinese conglomerate following its overseas listing last year.
Deal to buy a 20% stake in the Chinese state-owned enterprise is the country's largest inbound M&A deal on record.
CIMB, RHB Capital and MBSB’s planned $20 billion merger flounders but RHB still wants to bulk up.
Hong Kong's richest man overhauls flagship companies Hutchison Whampoa and Cheung Kong, separating property assets from his other businesses.
Taiwan’s Cathay Financial Holding is buying a 40% stake in Indonesia’s Bank Mayapada for $278 million after buying 20% of Rizal in the Philippines.
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.