Weetabix adopts a Chinese flavour

Weetabix adopts a Chinese flavour

Baring Private Equity Asia closes purchase of 40% stake in Weetabix and plans expansion in China. Loan financing largely taken up by Chinese banks.
JD Capital’s purchase of Ageas’ Hong Kong operations is the latest in a wave of Chinese overseas acquisitions. M&A bankers see more deals to come by young, ...
Nomura hires Lee Chee Pin to head financial products & solutions for wealth management Asia ex-Japan as it seeks to cross-sell more structured products to rich clients.
The deal has now won approval but could be delayed by China's fraught stock market conditions and the poor performance of peer China Cinda.
Kexim returns with its first baht-denominated bond deal in more than two years and its lowest ever coupon in the currency.
Fintech is seen by many as the next wave of disruption that will change how financial services are provided and consumed, according to Linklaters.

POLLS

How will the renminbi devaluation most affect corporate finance activity over the next six months?





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Less demand for equity and debt issues as investors flee to to other markets
  43%
 
Chinese companies seal fewer mergers and acquisitions as their purchasing power falls
  10%
 
Fewer Chinese companies issue US dollar debt as the renminbi remains weak
  20%
 
More Chinese companies turn to onshore bond markets
  13%
 
There won’t be much impact
  13%

 

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