We reveal the second part of our Asia's Best Managed Companies survey, in which portfolio managers and buy-side analysts give their verdicts on the region's leading corporations.
The new Philippine finance minister has taken a realistic approach to tax as he plots an infrastructure boost. He's emerging as a straight-talker in a government of populists.
Around $26 trillion of infrastructure investment is needed in Asia over the next 15 years. There is one obvious place to look.
FinanceAsia handed out its 2016 Achievement Awards on Thursday night to the best and brightest in the region’s capital markets and named its Outstanding Achievement winner.
The Southeast Asian country became the second sovereign to issue a dollar bond this year, swapping 14 old bonds for a new 25-year note.
We explain in detail why the winning deals from countries across the region stood out.
Tibet Julong Copper, Bank Negara Indonesia and Therma Power feature in Dealogic's roundup of loans activity in Asia for December 23 to 30.
The bank seeks funding from shareholders to strengthen its balance sheet before tighter capital requirements come into force in 2019.
We looked at each country and picked the stand-out deal.
From Indonesia to Taiwan, tycoons continue to reap the benefits of empires that span the region even as they face new threats at home and abroad.
The Philippine lender returns to dollar bonds after five years off, telling FinanceAsia it wants to get ahead of the US rate hike.
Philippine port operator ICTSI pulled off a neat trick last week, boosting its capital at the same time as cutting its interest costs.
Investor demand for Pilipinas Shell Petroleum indicates confidence in the Philippine economy and desire for a rare, internationally recognized IPO in Manila.
Royal Dutch Shell has been delaying the listing of its Philippine unit for almost two decades. But the deal has finally hit the market.
As we celebrate our 20th anniversary, FinanceAsia looks back over the past two decades and ponders what the next 20 years could bring.