Japan’s marquee companies have signed a record-breaking run of transformational foreign acquisitions – and their financiers are shouldering the risk.
Dragging Japan out of its deflation mindset is proving tough, despite the tumbling yen and Bank of Japan’s determined programme of quantitative easing.
MUFG’s main banking arm is bulking up in Asia Pacific and names two senior hires.
The Japanese broker said the moves are intended to strengthen business across divisions and regions.
RBC's top fixed income banker in Japan sees rising demand for international bonds from Japanese investors and builds up capabilities accordingly.
We present the firms that demonstrated the best track record and the landmark deals during the Japanese financial year April 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015.
Bain Capital is set to take-private Japan Wind Development with management in a buyout worth about $80 million.
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.