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.
Investors seeking access to the Philippines' consumer story may need to punt on smaller IPOs, some of which have recently really packed a punch.
The Indian financial services group has linked up with FSG to snag more mandates from mid-sized companies looking to raise capital on the country’s soaring stock market.
The PSE is under pressure to justify its market-darling reputation by implementing reforms to realise its potential and become a world-class exchange.
FinanceAsia's annual Best Managed Companies poll highlights investors' favourites in Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand.
The Philippine banking unit of George Ty wants to boost its core capital ratio. If successful, the rights issue will be the country's largest equity deal in nearly two years.
The country is mulling a dollar bond before elections in 2016, the head of the department of finance tells FinanceAsia.
Metro Pacific takes advantage of a rising Manila stock market to raise capital via a share placement.
Demand for the Philippine conglomerate was solid, with investors keen on the country's consumer story amid falling oil prices.
Debut $300m offering by the Philippine bank comes at a small premium to its nearest peer, Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation.
The Philippine port operator embarks on a liability management journey, swapping its old bonds with new ones and saving about 2% in total cost.
The Philippine conglomerate defied rocky market conditions and raised $200 million in the top-up placement. Over 70 lines participated in the book.
The property developer defied rocky market conditions to complete the Philippines' first placement in 2015.
The Southeast Asian country is the first sovereign to sell a dollar bond this year, swapping its old notes with new ones as Treasury yields drop to a 1.5-year low.
The international arm of China's State Grid Corporation looks set to bring welcome diversification to the European utilities sector with its debut euro-denominated bond deal.