The private obstetrics and gynaecology hospital group's listing on the Hong Kong bourse priced at the very top of the range despite market turbulence.
Dalian Wanda IPO cornerstone investor kicks its holdings into touch with a $369.4 million placement.
The Chinese healthcare leasing business and healthcare service provider prices shares towards the middle of the range amid intensifying Greek drama.
The FinanceAsia newsletter will take a break on July 1 due to a public holiday. It will return on July 2.
The Swiss bank names Matthew Rule head of investment products and services in Asia Pacific, with Andrew Williamson stepping in as new head of client coverage.
Emerging markets bank sells 360 million shares in the mainland distressed debt manager just as Greece and its creditors reject revised plans for a debt deal.
Big order book but aggressive pricing for Chinese tech group.
Another day another Chinese brokerage as Guolian Securities launches its Hong Kong flotation and offers a compelling valuation to stand out from a crowded field.
Rishi Jalan transfers from India to HK as Citi seeks to tap into more deal flow from Asia's mushrooming debt markets.
A throat lozenges manufacturer, a brokerage and a private obstetrics and gynaecology hospital group are all seeking to float shares in Hong Kong.
Citi's commercial bank in Asia-Pacific is capitalising on a growing desire among clients to tap bond, loan and equity markets.
We are pleased to announce the winners of our annual Country Awards for International Banks. Day One covers Bangladesh, China and Hong Kong.
The IPOs of Legend Holdings and Red Star Macalline last week defied plummeting A-shares to price at the top, as books opened for Universal Medical's HK float.
By voting down a Beijing-backed electoral bill, Hong Kong is telegraphing an unambiguous message: the city wants to control its own political process.
China's largest independent coalbed methane producer prices IPO at the bottom, while the pricing of furniture retailer China Macalline's float heads to the top.