The Australian transport firm’s share price surged after Japan Post's bid, reflecting the bumper 49% premium on offer.
FinanceAsia is pleased to invite Japan's leading financial institutions to submit their pitches for this year's awards.
Struggling shipping company NOL agrees to sell APL Logistics to Japan's Kintetsu as Temasek tidies up its portfolio companies.
Kenji Abe will join the US bank's Tokyo office in April after a near five-year stint at Citi.
Mizuho, and SMBC Nikko capture most market share says Greenwich Associates.
Itochu and CP Group are the latest firms to broaden links with the Chinese conglomerate following its overseas listing last year.
China will further liberalise its capital markets and introduce commodity futures in 2015, predicts Saxo Bank’s Asia CEO Adam Reynolds.
The deal marks CVC’s third investment in an Asian broadband firm and comes as it seeks to sell out of Hong Kong Broadband Network and Indonesia's PT Link Net.
The fund agreed to buy the contract drug maker from Tokio Marine Capital, the largest private equity deal in Japan’s healthcare sector this year.
The Bain-backed family diner has super-size plans to cope with rising costs in Japan.
Advantage Partners' representative partner Taisuke Sasanuma speaks to FinanceAsia about investment opportunities helping Japanese companies expand overseas.
Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund bought the Tokyo building from PAG, doubling down on Japanese real estate as rents edge higher.
After a tricky integration MetLife’s $16.12b Japan purchase is paying off and fuelling the insurer’s growth in Asean.
Scott Paul will head the Japanese bank's pan-Asian sales effort as it bids to become the region's top financial group.
The Reit set up by the world's largest owner of industrial buildings will use the proceeds to repay bridge loans.