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.
The return of international tourists, exports and public investment projects are set to spur growth next year.
Andrew Palmer of Standard & Poor's outlines his outlook for 2015, including key regional risks and financing conditions.
The current situation is ripe for a buying opportunity on the back of an improving macroeconomic climate.
Andrew Constance and National Australia Bank executives discuss the state’s multi-billion-dollar asset disposal pipeline.
The Indonesian bank grows in partnership with its customers and is ready for the country's economic resurgence.
China's top companies face two key problems: weaker cash flow and a high debt load, according to S&P's Christopher Lee.
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.