Asia’s capital markets have come a long way, especially in the investment-grade space, but the same cannot be said for the high-yield sector.
Private equity is able to deploy more leverage for buyouts in Asia fueled by the region’s liquid loan market – boosting potential returns and risk.
The complementary nature of loans and bonds enables issuers to improve their bargaining power, lowering overall funding costs.
China's Premier Li Keqiang may be looking to shore up confidence by maintaining growth targets but investors are becoming worried.
Chaori Solar said it would not make a March 7 interest payment, signalling China's first default. Some are calling it the country's Bear Stearns moment.
To help diversify its investor base, the company has a secondary listing planned in Hong Kong this week.
Sun Life Financial’s Asia President Kevin Strain tells FinanceAsia how he plans to put the company on track to profitability in China by 2015.
Sun Life Financial’s Asia President Kevin Strain talks to FinanceAsia about his M&A strategy and organic growth in the region.
The French water and waste management company tells FinanceAsia it is looking for more customers in China at a time when the country is trying to clean up its rivers.
Coming to a private bank near you soon: trained staff.
Asia's banks could face more hurdles in 2014, particularly in maintaining asset quality, writes Naoko Nemoto, managing director, financial institutions ratings, at S&P.
An infographic from data provider SNL Financial demonstrates the scope of AIA and Citi's bancassurance partnership.
AIA’s Mark Tucker tells FinanceAsia why his multi-billion-dollar deal with Citi will lead to the insurance group's profitable expansion.
China’s watchdogs for securities and banking are scrambling to introduce new rules to better control the booming internet finance industry.
The world's largest tablet and smartphone display maker is set to list in Tokyo in March, which would be the largest IPO in Asia so far this year.