Australia’s second-largest private hospital operator raised A$2.25 billion in the country's largest IPO for more than three years.
The Philippines' URC, run by Lance Gokongwei, is buying the New Zealand-based biscuit maker for about US$609 million.
Chinese organic milk producer slashes Hong Kong offering in face of the milk sector's poor secondary market performance.
The IPO of Australia's second-largest hospital operator will rank as the country's biggest in three years.
At a conference hosted by NAB, some of Australia’s leading financial institutions talk about their fundraising plans including a focus on tapping investors based in Asia.
Asia-based accounts now buy up to 30% of every Australian bond issued and this share is set to increase as demand outstrips supply, says National Australia Bank.
A consortium of Li Ka-shing controlled companies agree to buy Australia gas distributor Envestra, as Hong Kong's richest man extends his overseas empire.
Matt Hanning is promoted to the Swiss bank's top corporate finance and advisory role in Asia Pacific and gains a seat on the global investment banking executive committee.
Farhan Faruqui, Citi’s head of global banking Asia-Pacific, has left the US bank to join ANZ as chief executive of its international business.
Chinese state-owned companies are back in the hunt for mining assets but, after past missteps, they are exercising more discipline in their bids.
The bank’s Australian dollar bond programme is due to swell to A$12 billion on the back of a favourable cross-currency swap and strong demand from Japanese life insurers.
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Tony Schultz joins KKR as managing director in Sydney, a new position within the firm, while Ash Upadhyaya, currently with KKR in the US, will relocate to Singapore.
Australia’s second-largest lender is seeking to expand its Asian wholesale banking team, leveraging on strong trade flows between both regions.
Demand for food supply is pushing up the price of agricultural businesses in Australia where there are always more bidders than available assets, say M&A advisers.