Hong Kong’s tepid growth is forcing its banks to rely ever more on China for profits. That may be the easy option — but they should look further afield.
FinanceAsia is pleased to reveal the detailed rationale for the winners of its International Banking Awards 2016.
With business the best it's been for more than a year, regional bankers hope the improved momentum can be maintained over the remainder of 2016.
The subsidiary of the Mexican cement giant has now wrapped up institutional tranche of the IPO just as a new president prepares to take the helm in Manila.
Market reaction to Cemex Philippines’s upcoming IPO could well be a reflection of confidence towards the nation’s industrial development.
The Philippine cement maker’s IPO will be a boon to bankers and a relief to deal-starved investors in a market where foreign companies are reluctant sellers.
The new Philippine president’s aggression scares some. But his willingness to shake things up could pay off for foreign companies and banks.
The rationale behind the decisions taken by our judges in the awards for India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan and the Philippines.
The Mexican cement producer plans to spin off its Philippine operations to repay short-term borrowings in first market test since new president was elected.
John Gokongwei is trimming his direct stake in the Filipino conglomerate as he gradually retires from the business.
FinanceAsia announces the winners of its country awards for domestic banks in India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Pakistan and the Philippines.
The country goes to the polls Monday to elect a new president. Bankers, investors and executives have reason to be nervous.
FinanceAsia is about to enter its third decade. We invite you to help us celebrate through stories dedicated to the past and future 20 years of Asia's financial markets.
Swiss private lender puts its money where its mouth is after predicting growing wealth for high net worth investors in the Philippines and Thailand last year.
FinanceAsia reveals the first batch of results from its annual poll to find Asia's best managed companies. Today: China, Taiwan and the Philippines.