Japanese call centre operator Bellsystem24 is expanding in Asia now that it has completed a $411 million IPO, executives at the firm told FinanceAsia.
A survey of leading Asian companies by JP Morgan reveals a strong desire for international acquisitions, as companies seek to adapt and grow. Intra-regional M&A remains a priority.
The US fund sells Simplex to Japanese developer Hulic for ¥155 billion.
Nippon Life Insurance is dipping into its warchest to purchase an 80% stake in NAB's life insurance business.
The triple listing of Japan Post Holdings and its banking and insurance units offer a good alternative investment for retail investors in a low interest rate environment.
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp sold Japan's first-ever dollar green bond after Development Bank of Japan's euro-denominated issue last year.
Banks must band together to identify and block sophisticated cyber attacks, writes Mark Clancy, CEO of Soltra. Cybersecurity issues to figure in Xi Jinping's state visit to the US on Thursday.
The US private equity firm's third Japan buyout fund closed after a protracted fundraising exercise that saw it enlist new and existing investors.
The privatisation of Japan’s huge postal service, bank and insurance companies are under way, offering a high dividend yield in the hope of tempting Mrs Watanabe.
The Japanese insurer is catching up with its peers who are already in the Lloyd's market.
The British bank has promoted Alex Aram to head its credit trading desk for Asia as it unifies high-yield, investment grade and distressed debt under one umbrella.
Tokyo-listed GLP J-Reit, a Japanese investment trust, is aiming for its third follow-on offering to fund the purchase of five logistics properties from its sponsor.
The Japanese broker has named John Goff head of global markets structuring amid a wider reshuffle of roles within the bank's structured products business.
FinanceAsia profiles Kathy Matsui, the first female partner in Goldman Sachs in Japan and author of a key research report on women in the workforce.
Researchers at London Business School use a facial action coding system to assess the sincerity of public apologies by executives at listed firms.