Shares in China's largest auction house soared in the first hours of trading, with retail investors keen to buy a piece of the mainland's version of Sotheby's and Christie's.
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.
A roundup of the latest syndicated loan market news.
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.
Other issuers listed in Hong Kong may follow suit now that the mainland Chinese IPO market has reopened but it could be slow going.
Beijing Capital surprises the market with its nimble $793 million acquisition of Transpacific’s New Zealand arm, as corporate China's globalisation push continues apace.
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.
China's answer to Sotheby's and Christie's raised $331 million ahead of its Hong Kong IPO, with shares being priced at HK$33 a share, the top end of the range.
China aims to list a marine theme park in March, which would make it the first Asian theme park to go public. The roadshow begins Friday.
The recent actions of the Chinese central bank raise the risks but have failed to dent appetite for offshore renminbi bonds.
Bankers secured two cornerstone investors for Hanhua ahead of the Chinese microfinance company's listing.
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.
The Chinese microfinance group aims to raise up to $400 million in an initial public offering in Hong Kong but it may not be an easy sell.