Huawei's strategy chief says governments should free up additional wireless spectrum, cultivate local programming talent and encourage online entrepreneurship.
Hong Kong stock exchange’s Charles Li tells FinanceAsia that the city should aim to be a wealth management, risk control and asset pricing hub.
Thailand’s banking sector is paving the way for a cashless society without losing the Thai fun-loving spirit of “sanuk”.
Banks must take the lead in adopting new technologies to provide the best financial services for their customers, writes Citi's head of global consumer banking.
The often-controversial founder of iron ore giant Fortescue Metals knows how to ride liquidity cycles and thinks Asia should build a debt market to rival Wall Street.
The former central banker and financial watchdog in Hong Kong talks to FinanceAsia about regulating China’s markets.
HSBC's chief executive writes for FinanceAsia's 20th anniversary issue on how the workshop of the world is becoming China’s Silicon Delta.
The chairman of Templeton Emerging Markets Group says the past two decades have seen rapid growth in emerging markets, and they still offer great potential for investors.
Investors pinned their hopes on China’s growing fintech companies: here’s how and why.
A shift from copycat drugs to a research-driven biotech industry is attracting expat scientists back home to help meet the challenges of an ageing population.
China’s efforts to triple solar power capacity by 2020 bring a new industry to the attention of investors.
The opening up of China’s domestic bond market has been the most important capital markets initiative of the past decade. European borrowers are considering their options.
The new Philippine president’s aggression scares some. But his willingness to shake things up could pay off for foreign companies and banks.
As trust in internet art sites grows, novices and collectors are becoming more comfortable buying on the web.
The Chinese conglomerate's bid to de-list its commercial properties arm in Hong Kong may not be the last time a mainland company quits the territory's stock exchange.