The development of domestic debt markets have been the key to preventing a second financial crisis in the region says HSBC’s head of global banking for South East Asia.
Indonesia’s sovereign credit rating does not reflect the country's progress since the Asian Financial Crisis, says Credit Suisse’s Asia Pacific CEO.
Mongolia’s woes offer returns — and major risk — for frontier investors.
Investment banks need to localise their operations if they want to be successful, says Standard Chartered’s head of North Asia corporate finance.
One of Asia's founding private equity bankers outlines his hopes for the industry and eventual re-unification of his home country, Korea.
Hong Kong has created a successful arena for Chinese companies to list in but reform is needed, says Morgan Stanley's Asia Pacific co-CEO.
Heavy use of cornerstone investors make it difficult for institutional investors to do proper valuation work says Canada Pension Plan Investment Board president Mark Machin.
Telecom operators will drive and shape the growth of the sharing economy and fintech says Frank Sixt, group finance director and deputy managing director of CK Hutchison Holdings.
In the second part of an interview, the chief global strategist and head of emerging markets for Morgan Stanley Investment Management looks for positives from Asia and beyond.
The BOJ's latest meeting led to widespread disappointment. That's unfair. Although the measures announced were not showy, they were important.
The chief global strategist and head of emerging markets for Morgan Stanley Investment Management explains why growth has slowed and looks for signs of optimism worldwide.
Hong Kong’s tepid growth is forcing its banks to rely ever more on China for profits. That may be the easy option — but they should look further afield.
The six-month lock-up that cornerstone investors face with IPOs hurts liquidity, deters proper screening, and distorts share prices, bankers and advisers increasingly argue.
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 former central banker and financial watchdog in Hong Kong talks to FinanceAsia about regulating China’s markets.