The private Chinese refinery company is paying $66m for a 51% stake but the total cost is set to rise to $480m once debt and upgrade requirements are factored in.
FinanceAsia launches its second ranking of the region's finance ministers. First up is the lowest ranked minister, who has faced a year of scandal and economic woe.
The largest bank in Malaysia thinks it can benefit from the desire of China companies and Southeast Asian governments to build infrastructure.
Dealogic's weekly roundup of loans activity in Asia.
US bank creates a new role in recognition of the growing importance of Asia's local currency bond markets.
China is keen to assist infrastructure projects across Southeast Asia in an effort to extend its business lines and political influence.
We are pleased to announce the winners of our annual country awards for excellence in corporate finance.
The deal comes as a relief to Malaysia’s scandal-hit fund which has to cut back $11 billion in debt and continues CGN's overseas expansion.
Asian companies must spend more and introduce plans to protect themselves against increasingly active cyber criminals, according to Singapore's former cyber security head.
RHB Capital’s rights issue signals the group’s intention to refocus on its own growth after the failure of its three-way merger with CIMB and Malaysia Building Society.
Regulators are taking a relaxed approach but some recognise that the required speed of regulatory tools overseeing fintech must be faster than traditional tools.
With six operators so far in the crowdfunding area, Malaysia is now looking to accelerate growth.
Malaysia is set to usher in its fourth Islamic Reit but political and economic chaos domestically may make a deal difficult to execute.