Standard & Poor's forecasts outstanding corporate debt to grow by two-fifths to $71 trillion by 2019, with China accounting for 40% of the total.
A look at the rationale behind the notification obligations that Hong Kong-regulated firms must comply with, and the latest regulatory expectations in this evolving area.
Standard & Poor's structured finance and corporate ratings executives discuss the opportunities and challenges of China's accelerating auto financing market.
China’s bond market will experience rising defaults and more credit rating downgrades, but its banks will continue to perform well for investors.
Chinese banks face a rising tide of NPLs during the next few years but the underlying financial structure is better equipped to manage them.
In its study of global corporate divestment, EY finds companies in Asia-Pacific are reluctant to exit investments and use proceeds to fund expansion.
A group headed by Standard & Poor's chief economist explains the ramifications for corporates as China taps the breaks and reforms kick in.
Experts to discuss strategies for getting the most KYC bang for the buck.
S&P spells out why government support of private banks in the Asia Pacific is critical and how even a modest diminution of support can have a negative rating impact.
Linklaters explains beneficial ownership and the implications for investors.
HKBN completes largest Hong Kong IPO in 2015 YTD
Investors are circling the government's multi-billion-dollar asset sale Down Under. EY offers a guide to navigating the politics of privatisation.
Wary investors are increasing pressure on mainland property groups, according to S&P's Matthew Kong and Christopher Yip.
Political developments in a few Asia-Pacific countries will become important factors in shaping credit trends in the next few years, says S&P's Kim Eng Tan.
How the country is developing its capital markets to attract foreign investors — a roundtable sponsored by ANZ and Maybank Kim Eng.