As many as 41% of Asian investors surveyed by FinanceAsia and National Australia Bank would like to see more bonds issued by corporates.
A second annual survey of bid trends conducted by FinanceAsia and National Australia Bank reveals investors are boosting allocations to Australian debt securities.
At Roy Hill, in Australia’s vast northwest, Gina Rinehart stands ready to fulfil a 20-year dream of owning and operating an iron ore mine
An undisclosed shareholder has raised $180 million from an accelerated placement in the Hong Kong telecoms company.
Singapore's EZRA Holdings sets sail with plans to raise up to $250 million from a domestic offering of shares in associate company EOC Ltd.
First NZ Capital’s head of investment banking is moving to casino and hotel operator Skycity, the latest banker to abandon the hard-pressed sector.
Australian CEOs are on the lookout for acquisitions, while juggling their fear of overpaying with a fear of not deploying money.
Global infrastructure funds could pay top dollar as Australia’s electricity assets go under the hammer.
Frasers Centrepoint and a Cheung Kong consortium gather sufficient acceptances to make their offers for Australand and Envestra unconditional.
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.