Tensions ahead of a poll in Korea; scandal in Malaysia; yet another vote in Britain – all reasons why political analysis is no longer an optional extra for fund managers.
The Malaysian mortgage lender shrugged off market volatility with a $350 million three-year deal.
Malaysia’s state investment fund is looking at issuing another exchangeable sukuk – potentially its fourth issue in the last five years.
We reveal the fourth part of our Asia's Best Managed Companies survey, in which portfolio managers and buy-side analysts give their verdicts on the region's leading corporations.
Strong domestic support for one of Malaysia's most famous property names at a time when foreign investors remain absent from the market.
Deal said to be going swimmingly after an IPO of the group's international property portfolio is targeted at a domestic audience.
The Malaysian lender shrugged off the softer tone with a three-year floater and a five-year fixed rate bond.
Malaysian leader climbs off the bottom of our Finance Minister of the Year rankings to rate 10th out of 12 as 1MDB scandal fades. But he is still attempting to spin too many plates.
The Malaysian group drops a year-long plan to list its properties and now plans to inject them into its listed subsidiary in a $278 million merger.
China Development Bank, Shantou Suai Channel Construction & Investment and North Memorial feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for January 6 to 12.
We explain in detail why the winning deals from countries across the region stood out.
We looked at each country and picked the stand-out deal.
From Indonesia to Taiwan, tycoons continue to reap the benefits of empires that span the region even as they face new threats at home and abroad.
Canada's biggest pension fund underlines its positive outlook on property developments serving China's middle class with $162 million purchase of mall stake
Jamaludin Ibrahim, chief executive of the Malaysian telecoms giant, talks about the company's vast portfolio — and whether it will sell its stakes in any of them.