South East Asia's largest independent power producer set to price at top of range after institutional investors show no price sensitivity.
The Southeast Asian sovereign extends its debt maturity profile with a 10- and 30-year sukuk, despite looming risks of a potential credit downgrade.
Domestic players underpin power producer's flotation by agreeing to take up nearly 60% of the institutional tranche.
FinanceAsia's annual Best Managed Companies poll highlights investors' favourites in India, Singapore and Malaysia.
Healthcare operators have enjoyed strong valuations thanks to their growth throughout Southeast Asia, but pricing a company dedicated to outpatient services will be difficult.
SOE debt, declining oil prices and trouble at a sovereign wealth fund have prompted foreign investor outflows and undermined Malaysia’s economic outlook.
Malaysian national oil giant prices Asia's second largest corporate dollar bond, comprising of an Islamic and three conventional tranches.
The success of the Indonesian hospital owner and operator's deal shows investors still favour healthcare stocks despite premium valuations.
The layoffs were mostly in the Royal Bank of Scotland equities business CIMB bought in 2012 and are part of a broader cost-cutting exercise.
RHB’s head Kellee Kam resigns and CIMB slashes jobs after the collapse of their merger and slump in CIMB Niaga's profits.
U Chen Hock, who spent 30 years with HSBC, will be responsible for local and regional operations at the Malaysian bank.
Malaysia's state-owned investment fund trimmed more of its stake in the power producer, which has been extremely profitable for Khazanah.
Malaysia Airports is this week expected to launch syndication for a €500 million loan, while Cheung Kong will meet lenders this month as part of its reorganisation.
CIMB, RHB Capital and MBSB’s planned $20 billion merger flounders but RHB still wants to bulk up.
Tony Fernandes' airline is pushing Asean's constituent governments to construct airports specifically for low-cost airlines.