Investors are increasingly prepared to take raw Philippine-peso risk, according to a survey of bond buyers conducted by FinanceAsia, Citi and BPI Capital.
As New South Wales prepares to sell A$40b in electricity assets, state treasurer Andrew Constance will join a live webinar on December 3 to discuss his infrastructure sale plans.
Asian markets remain attractive to the growth strategies of many global banks but the financial landscape is looking more complex, writes EY's Charlie Alexander.
The market will continue to advance in terms of issuance volume and infrastructure buildup but Chinese regulators will adopt a cautious approach, writes S&P's Vera Chaplin.
As many as 41% of Asian investors surveyed by FinanceAsia and National Australia Bank would like to see more bonds issued by corporates.
Jahanzeb Naseer and Rizal Gozali at Credit Suisse talk about the economic and financial outlook for Indonesia.
A second annual survey of bid trends conducted by FinanceAsia and National Australia Bank reveals investors are boosting allocations to Australian debt securities.
Leverage is raising the risk of financial distress, corporate restructuring and default, especially if competition increases and growth slows.
Most banks in the region, having emerged from the global financial crisis relatively unscathed, are well on track to meet the stricter capital requirements.
Policy changes should press local and regional governments to rationalise their spending, writes Liang Zhong at S&P.
Vietnam's stock market continues to outperform regional peers despite a spat with China, and a wave of IPOs is creating some rare hidden gems.
Costs are increasingly unsustainable, given the vast scale of projects and local governments' debt, writes Gloria Lu at Standard & Poor’s.
Restrictions on Chinese cross-border security and guarantee have been loosened significantly. Will this change the way in which financings are structured?
Asia's corporate issuers may soon make up half of the globe's debt needs, writes Standard & Poor's Terry Chan.
Recent rule changes have placed limits on some sectors for the first time, while others have had limits tightened or eased, or have become closed altogether.