The Japanese megabank is buying a 20% stake in Philippine lender Security Bank in an acceleration of its overseas shift.
The fourth and final part of FinanceAsia's look at prospects for the year ahead looks at lending matters
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Manila’s business elite give outgoing Philippines president Ninoy Aquino a B+ for economic management.
Citi's India-based head of public sector banking will move to the Philippines next year to lead corporate and investment banking, according to an internal memo.
Construction and property developer braves wintry conditions in the Philippines equity market to bring possibly the largest flotation of the year.
More affluent consumers are enriching tycoons whose businesses are adapting to changing trends and spending behaviour.
Tightening secondary market spreads draw out the new issue pipeline with Beijing Automotive Group and Rizal Commercial Banking Corp executing deals in euros and dollars.
The founding family of the Filipino carbonated drinks manufacturer is looking to sell part of its stake just two months after completing a backdoor listing.
FinanceAsia's 2015 poll will shed light on how regional market volatility has affected the debt securities outlook on the archipelago.
China's largest bank offers a reasonable new issue premium ahead of the Fed decision, with markets subdued across Asian G3 debt.
The Philippines' largest power producer jumps into the perpetual bond market one day after ICTSI but ends up paying a much higher new issue premium.
Philippine container terminal operator brings well-timed second perpetual of the year ahead of the early autumn rush and potential interest rate volatility.
Standard Chartered appoints Enoch Tan as head of ultra high net business for Asean as Asia becomes home to the world's fastest growing population of super rich.
Teresita Sy-Coson sits at the head of BDO, the Philippines' biggest bank by total assets, and has played a central role in increasing its market cap.