We are pleased to announce the winners of our annual Country Awards for International Banks. Day Three covers Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
Citi's commercial bank in Asia-Pacific is capitalising on a growing desire among clients to tap bond, loan and equity markets.
Amendments to the island's Banking Act have freed up capital and provided Taiwanese financial holding companies with the impetus to go forth and multiply.
After announcing the winners of 2015 Country Banking Awards last week, FinanceAsia explains the factors that went into determining the best in Asian banking.
After successfully executing on a spate of deals in the second quarter, the Wall Street bank elevates seasoned Greater China investment hands David Lau and Esther Yeh.
Taiwan’s formosa market is attracting European borrowers thanks to the island’s friendlier regulatory environment, with UBS raising two bonds in just over two weeks.
Taiwanese foundry company returns with its third negative yield convertible since 2009 and Asia's largest Reg S equity-linked deal in one-and-a-half years.
Formerly Cosmos Bank's chief risk officer, Lin was also the first Taiwanese national to serve as BofA's country manager in the bank's 42-year history on the island.
The Taiwanese screen manufacturer successfully raised $383 million from a combined convertible bond and equity sale ending the drought in equity-linked issuance.
Today we show the results for Greater China of FinanceAsia's annual Best Managed Companies poll.
The French provider of industrial gases debuts a Taiwan renminbi bond at a difficult time for the market.
Taiwan’s Cathay Financial Holding is buying a 40% stake in Indonesia’s Bank Mayapada for $278 million after buying 20% of Rizal in the Philippines.
The company will use proceeds from the convertible bond to build a greenfield plant on the mainland next year.
We are pleased to announce the full list of winners of our country awards.
The first four-tranche note in the market raises $539m and underlines the increasing demand for renminbi products from Taiwan.