Pakistan returns with record breaking sukuk, while Indian agro-chemicals company makes its offshore debut.
FinanceAsia is pleased to reveal the detailed rationale for the winners of its International Banking Awards 2016.
Engro sold shares in its fertilizers subsidiary and raised $185 million in Pakistan’s largest ever block trade by a private company.
The rationale behind the decisions taken by our judges in the awards for India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan and the Philippines.
FinanceAsia announces the winners of its country awards for domestic banks in India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan and the Philippines.
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Valuations have cheapened as frontier market countries grapple with fiscal discipline and collapsing commodity prices.
Telecom operator completes the first of what is expected to be a series of offerings from government-linked companies over the next two months.
Completion of Pakistan's latest international bond offering sends mixed signals to other high-yield issuers in the pipeline.
We are pleased to announce the winners of our annual Country Awards for international banks. Day Two covers India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan and the Philippines.
We are pleased to announce the winners of our annual Country Banking Achievement Awards. Day Two covers India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, Pakistan and the Philippines.
After failing to sell a 10% stake in the national oil and gas company, Pakistan succeeds in offloading its 41.5% holding in Habib Bank in the country's largest ECM transaction.
The deal, if successful, will be one of the country's largest in recent years.
Pakistan raises a $1 billion five-year Islamic bond, the latest sovereign to do so, boosting volumes of the asset class to an all-time high since 2012.
Pakistan's failure to offload a 10% stake in Oil & Gas will be seen as a blow to the government's privatisation scheme.