The sector has seen a string of defaults and more are sure to follow. But one executive in the industry tells FinanceAsia the turmoil has created a $1 billion opportunity.
After more than a decade away from the debt markets, Malaysia's Tenaga returned this week.
Asia’s oil and gas companies have suffered defaults, delayed results and stock price plunges. But their problems are only just beginning.
The Malaysian company continued an aggressive deleveraging drive with a bumper share sale.
Nirvana Asia is about to delist for the second time. But despite getting no premium to the IPO price, investors are overwhelmingly in favour.
After a week of heavy bond supply from Hong Kong and Chinese credits, Jubilant Pharma, Kasikornbank and RHB Bank added some variety — and all got a strong welcome.
Japanese group gives equity markets a second dose of Asia's largest listed private healthcare provider this year.
As we celebrate our 20th anniversary, FinanceAsia looks back over the past two decades and ponders what the next 20 years could bring.
Malaysian state fund sells $289 million of shares in the country’s largest power distributor, marking its fifth selldown since 2012.
It also provides a model for a more equitable form of capitalism, argues the CEO of CIMB Islamic Bank.
Malaysian state fund continues its track record of regular sukuk issuance, printing yet another bond exchangeable into shares of Beijing Enterprises Water Group.
Tony Fernandes' move to sell the aircraft leasing business could help AirAsia reduce debt and raise fresh capital to expand its network.
The development of domestic debt markets have been the key to preventing a second financial crisis in the region says HSBC’s head of global banking for South East Asia.
FinanceAsia is pleased to reveal the detailed rationale for the winners of its Country Awards for Best Private Bank 2016.
Heavy use of cornerstone investors make it difficult for institutional investors to do proper valuation work says Canada Pension Plan Investment Board president Mark Machin.