If the new government’s foreign policy is to be successful, the island's financial institutions will have to step-up their expansion in Southeast Asia.
Investment banking and cash equity positions shed in Taiwan, Korea and India as the Malaysian bank continues to trim operations acquired from RBS.
The rationale behind the decisions taken by our judges in the awards for India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan and the Philippines.
The Malaysian state investment fund sells a slice of its stake in Asia’s largest hospital operator, but remains the largest shareholder.
FinanceAsia announces the winners of its country awards for domestic banks in India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan and the Philippines.
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Norwegian drilling contractor Seadrill ends its equity ownership in Malaysia's largest oil and gas company but remains a strategic partner.
Malaysia’s largest bank brings the country’s first dollar-denominated Basel III compliant offering.
Federation of Malaysia returns to the international bond markets as state-owned fund, 1MDB, faces looming cross-default across its $11 billion outstanding debt.
FinanceAsia reveals the second batch of results from its annual poll to find Asia's best managed companies. Today: Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore.
Telecom operator completes the first of what is expected to be a series of offerings from government-linked companies over the next two months.
Two and a half years after an unsuccessful listing, the Malaysian utilities company has launched a reverse takeover of outsourcing services provider Symphony House.
FinanceAsia's final ranking of the finance ministers of the region's 12 biggest economies.
Two of Asia's rarest quasi-sovereign credits choose the same day to launch landmark bond deals.
In part two of a discussion on Asian G3 markets, syndicate bankers say South Asia will not be able to pick up the slack as Chinese borrowers head to the onshore market.